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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 ]
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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 ]
Each week, two women on average in the UK are killed as a result of domestic violence, with 1.2 million women reporting experiences of domestic abuse in the last year.

At Comic Relief we’re working to change this and have been supporting women and young people experiencing domestic abuse for over 20 years.

For this year’s Red Nose Day we’ve teamed up Rapman for his latest production...
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Happy Valentine's Day. We love you all!

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#ChooseLove this Valentine’s Day - watch and share Help Refugees’ amazing Valentine’s film.

Here at Comic Relief, we have a long proud history of supporting refugees and asylum seekers, who have been forced to give up everything and flee their homes. We are supporting projects, like Help Refugees to provide aid and vital services to those affected by the global refugee crisis.
Three pairs of celebrities are well and truly in the driving seat for The Red Nose Convoy.

Their week-long adventure hit the road on Monday, travelling from Kenya to Uganda delivering crucial supplies and seeing first-hand how the money you give is changing lives.

You can find out more at [ Link ] and follow @rednoseday on Twitter for live updates on the #rednoseconvoy.
Check out Integrate UK amazing #MyClitoris music video - a brilliantly catchy song, to raise awareness of women and girls’ right to live free from Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).

In the UK, an estimated 60,000 girls are at risk of FGM. Comic Relief has been funding projects tackling FGM in UK communities since 2000, and we are proud to support Integrate UK’s vital work [ Link ] #EndFGM
We’re proud to fund organisations working at the heart of the community, throughout the UK.

That’s why today, we’re excited to welcome over a hundred new UK grantees to Comic Relief HQ.

They are all being funded under our ‘Core Strength’ initiative and have come from all over the UK to share ideas, talk about the work they do and how we can work together.

Find out more: [ Link ]
For Red Nose Day 2017 Superstar Ed Sheeran met children living on the streets of the Liberian capital Monrovia, many orphaned by the recent Ebola outbreak. During his trip, Ed visited the Street Child Liberia project which uses Comic Relief cash to help give vulnerable children a better future, reuniting them with their relatives and helping them get back into school.

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Do you know a little comedian? Who’s up for a ‘write’ laugh?

BBC’s Red Nose Day Comedy Classroom competition is calling for children aged 6-12 to write their own rib-tickling jokes and enter the brilliant competition.

The lucky winners will have their jokes performed live on a special Red Nose Day Blue Peter.

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Today, on Young Carers Awareness Day, we’d like to introduce you to five young people who are doing incredible things for their families.

Together with YouTube vlogger Patricia Bright, we’ve teamed up with these amazing youngsters to show what life is like for them on a daily basis.

Watch our film and subscribe to our YouTube channel to see more young carers’ films coming soon [ Link ]
Need some #gymspiration this January? Here’s Edina looking absolutely fabulous whilst training for #SportRelief 2012!
As 2016 draws to a close, we'd like to say a huge 'thank you' for making this year’s Sport Relief such a success and helping us to raise a record breaking £72,505,165.

To see how the money you raised is being used to transform lives, don’t miss Sport Relief 2016 The Final Score on BBC One tonight at 11.25pm, or on Saturday 31st December at 1.15pm.
A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us at Comic Relief
Here’s an early Christmas present from us – a seriously funny Luther sketch from Sport Relief 2016.

We hope you don’t have as much trouble with your roast as the Luthers did!
At this time of year it can be particularly difficult for people who are homeless. Thanks to your generosity and support, we’ve been funding homelessness organisations across the UK for more than 20 years.

The amazing projects we fund help homeless people from all ages and backgrounds in a variety of ways. Find out more: [ Link ]
LIVE tonight at 6pm (GMT): Hosted by Peter Oborne, we have aid experts and journalists who've recently visited Yemen coming together to share their experiences and insights into the current humanitarian crisis.

JOIN us live from 6pm today!
More than 7 million people in Yemen do not know where their next meal will come from.

Today, Comic Relief has pledged £250,000 to the #YemenCrisis to help those in need. You can help make a difference too, so please donate today and help save lives: [ Link ]