RED NOSE DAY

Red Nose Day - the fundraising campaign of ProSieben

The RED NOSE DAY in Germany is a fundraising campaign started in 2003 by the TV station ProSieben. By selling red plastic noses and other actions, funds are raised for charities. This year, the funds are for example used for the new Arche building in Berlin-Treptow.

Die Projekte der RED NOSE DAY

An ark in the countryside - Arche Children's Ranch Berlin

Arche Children's Ranch Berlin

An ark in the countryside

This year, the RED NOSE DAY supports the new Arche project and raises funds for the child friendly renovation and the first animals of the Arche Children's Ranch near Berlin.

The Arche in Berlin-Treptow - Make children strong for life

The Arche in Berlin-Treptow

Make children strong for life

Thanks to the financial support of the RED NOSE DAY, the Arche could open its sixth institution for Berlin in Treptow. There, the Arche has taken over and enlarged the children's and youth welfare of the Protestant Free Church Berlin Johannisthal.

Red Nose Day

RED NOSE DAY

The Fundraising Campaign of ProSieben for the Support of Charities

This year, the RED NOSE DAY supports two projects, the Lukas Podolski Foundation and UNICEF: 

Together with the Lukas Podolski Foundation, the RED NOSE DAY wants to build a football ground in a inner city of Cologne.

Furthermore, the RED NOSE DAY supports the UNICEF campaign #STOP10SECONDS which is campaigning for children in South Sudan.