Red Nose Day is back and Sainsbury’s Horsham is out in full force to help customers and colleagues fundraise and take up the Red Nose Day challenge to “make your face funny for money”.
Fundraising activities at the Horsham Store include colleagues challenging the public to the “Malteaser Chopstick Challenge”, there will be balloons on sale from ‘Walking Pet Balloons’ from Broadbridge Heath and the West Sussex County Times will be joining us on Saturday 7th March with their “Hurricane Booth” and on Saturday 14th March with their “Spin the Wheel” and a guest appearance from ‘Chipper’.
Colleagues will also be holding Bucket collections at Littlehaven and Horsham Stations. Stores all over the UK will be taking part in a number of fundraising activities to raise vital funds.
Derek Boarer, Store Manager, said: “Our colleagues love getting involved with Red Nose Day fundraising. We have some brilliant activities planned this year and we look forward to inviting customers to join in with the fun.”
The Horsham Store team is now encouraging customers to show their support for Comic Relief by picking up one of the official Red Noses or Red Nose Day merchandise.
This year, there are nine Red Noses to collect, all hidden in their own surprise bags. At least 60p from each £1 Nose goes to help transform the lives of some of the poorest and most disadvantaged people here in the UK and across Africa.
Report and picture contributed by Sainsbury’s Horsham.