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TODAY producers Donna Farizan ("Donnadorable") and Gavin Shulman ("Fur Face") join forces with students to raise money for Red Nose Day by setting up a lemonade...
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A time to have fun while helping raise money to end child poverty, Red Nose Day is May 24, but people are already sharing their photos using the hashtags #RedNoseDay...
It's the third year of Red Nose Day in the U.S., a massive effort to keep kids and their families from facing hunger and poverty. Hoda Kotb presents the inspiring...
Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Keira Knightley and other cast members will film a 10-minute sequel to the modern holiday classic.
Julia Roberts is supporting Red Nose Day by highlighting the work done by a special nurse at a school for students living below the poverty line.
The comedian has a lighter heart on his second Red Nose Day to help kids out of poverty: "A lot of kids are feeling the recovery efforts."
On May 26, TODAY anchors, guests and visitors will pedal a combined 10,000 miles on exercise bikes to help kids out of poverty.
TODAY is pitching in for Red Nose Day with a charity bike-off with SoulCycle on the TODAY plaza.
"My parents weren't going to help me with college because they didn't really know how,'' Leyva told TODAY.com.
Through donations to the National Urban League, Red Nose Day helps at-risk children through educational and community-oriented programs.
Blake Shelton didn't have to go very far to find poverty in Los Angeles when he visited a clinic funded in part by Red Nose Day.
A group of dance students at a high school in Houston are putting together a special routine to help raise money as part of Red Nose Day.
The Red Nose Day spirit of giving is spreading across the country — all the way to Dubuque, Iowa.
Ten-year-old Timmy Jordan volunteers every Saturday at his local food pantry because "nobody deserves to go without."
As part of NBC's Red Nose Day challenge, Jack Black met one special Ugandan boy who changed both of their lives.