Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County will participate in Red Nose Day 2018


Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County will be participating in Red Nose Day 2018, through the national partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America. On May 24 put on your Red Nose and support our 13 Clubs.

To wear a Red Nose is to join a movement, spread a message, and give the world something to smile about.  Visit your local Walgreens store and buy a red nose (available now through May 24) – a portion of proceeds from the sale of these items is donated to the Red Nose Day Fund, and ultimately to the nonprofit partners, like us.

TUNE IN! This year, Red Nose Day is bigger and better than ever on Thursday, May 24 at 10 p.m. Two-time Emmy Award winner and comedian Chris Hardwick is back to host NBC’s fourth annual “Red Nose Day Special”- a three-hour night of  programming. Some of the biggest names in entertainment will compete on “Celebrity Ninja Warrior for Red Nose Day,” where they will be pushed to the limit in grueling physical challenges all to raise money to support the cause. Later, two teams of stars will face off on a special Red Nose Day edition of “Hollywood Game Night” where they will take on classic “HGN” party games that will test their pop culture IQ. Adding to the excitement, both shows will include live check-ins from Hardwick throughout the night as he gears up for the main event, broadcast live from New York. The evening will serve to entertain and educate viewers while providing many opportunities to support the charity through calls to donate, with money raised supporting millions of children in need like the ones BGCPBC serves in all 50 states and Puerto Rico and around the world.

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