Adelphi does something funny for money
Once again, Adelphi pulled out all the stops on March 13th to support Red Nose Day in the UK and ran a number of activities to raise money for this great cause. Teams from the Adelphi Group, Adelphi Communications, Adelphi Real World, Adelphi Research and Adelphi Values donned their red noses and took part in:
- Bulls Eye Darts Challenge
- Cake sale
- Funny face-painting competition
- Red Nose raffle
Although the final total is yet to be announced, Adelphi raised somewhere in the region of £700 and we’d like to say well done to all who were involved!
Comic Relief is an operating British charity, founded in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis and comedian Lenny Henry in response to famine in Ethiopia. Red Nose Day is the highlight of Comic Relief’s appeal and encourages people to ‘do something funny for money’ alternating biennially with its sister appeal Sports Relief. Their vision is of a just world, free from poverty. People from across the UK get together to do something funny for money, and the funds raised are spent by Comic Relief to transform the lives of millions of people, both in the UK and across Africa.