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Just £20 can provide a severely malnourished child, like Devine, with four week’s supply of life-saving emergency food. Your donations make a huge difference. [ Link ]
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"I had to punish myself, push everyone away."

Russell Tovey tells Jordan’s story.

Jordan suffered from severe depression after the loss of his grandfather and on more than one occasion felt suicidal.

Luckily Jordan was supported by Lighthouse, a charity funded by Comic Relief, which helps young people who are going through an emotional crisis.

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Today's the day! #RedNoseDay is here! [ Link ]
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03/23/2017 at 20:06. Facebook
The Red Nose African Convoy sets off tonight at 9 on BBC One
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We are committing £1 million to help people affected by the food crisis in East Africa including a grant to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC)
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Here at Comic Relief we are committed to empowering women and girls so they’re safe and free to lead the lives they choose.

We believe women and girls must have the right to have control over their own bodies, live free from violence, have a voice in their community and country, and work safely and earn a decent wage. Which is why we’ve been funding projects supporting women and girls since...
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There’s great progress to report in the fight against malaria – between 2000 and 2015, the rate of people dying of malaria has dropped by 62% worldwide. Despite this, there is still work to be done and malaria remains one of the world’s biggest killer.

Davina McCall and Fleur De Force recently travelled to Tanzania to see first-hand the impact of malaria and our amazing work with GSK to...
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1.2 million women experienced domestic abuse in the last year and two women are killed each week in England and Wales.

The money that you help to raise for #rednoseday supports victims of domestic violence here in the UK. [ Link ]
Whether you bake, throw a party, dress up or take on a sponsored challenge, you’re helping to change lives.

Get involved with this year’s #RedNoseDay and start your fundraising [ Link ]