Your money has helped some of the world’s most vulnerable people.

Since the last Red Nose Day, the charity has made…

1,800 grants, to the sum of £72,262,123

1,720 grants in the UK, to the sum of £25,072,406

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80 grants internationally, to the sum of £47,189,717

CORE ISSUE 1: A SAFE PLACE TO BE

Since the last Red Nose Day, your money has helped…

1. 5,076 people experiencing, or at risk of, becoming homeless have been supported in the UK to find safe accommodation and access services.

2. 1,267 people who have been involved in modern slavery or trafficking internationally have been helped to access support and get their lives back on track.

3. 17,752 asylum seekers and refugees have been helped to access support services in the UK.

4. 287,243 people living in urban slums in some of the world’s poorest communities. For example:

5. 185,181 people have been supported to have better access to water and sanitation

6. 82,809 people have been supported to secure their rights to property or land

 

CORE ISSUE 2: CHILDREN SURVIVE AND THRIVE

Since the last Red Nose Day, your money has helped…

7. 10,445,378 people through our funding focused on ensuring Children Survive and Thrive in some of the world’s poorest communities

8. 538,400 children have been supported to be vaccinated against deadly diseases in Africa

9. 1,281,777 people internationally have been helped to access better maternal, neonatal and child health services

10. 37,579 women and babies in Africa have been supported to receive treatment to prevent the transmission of HIV from mother to child.

 

CORE ISSUE 3: GENDER JUSTICE

Since the last Red Nose Day, your money has helped…

11. 543,960 people through our funding focused on Gender Justice, both in the UK and in some of the world’s poorest communities

12. 21,926 women experiencing, or at risk of, domestic abuse to feel safer

–    19,079 in the UK
–    2,847 internationally

13. In the UK, 94,557 calls were answered by the National Domestic Violence Helpline.

14. 25,407 women experiencing, or at risk of, sexual abuse or exploitation have been helped to access information and support services, both in the UK and in some of the world’s poorest communities

– 19,543 in the UK

– 15,864 internationally

15. They have helped 12,703 women and girls experiencing, or at risk of, traditional harmful practices, both in the UK and in some of the world’s poorest communities.

 

CORE ISSUE 4: GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH

Since the last Red Nose Day, your money has helped…

16. 141,437 people through our funding focused on Global Mental Health, both in the UK and in some of the world’s poorest communities

17. 58,160 people with a mental health problem to improve their resilience and well-being

–    57,205 in the UK
–    955 internationally

18. 762 people affected by maternal mental health issues in the UK.

 

MALARIA

Since the last Red Nose Day, your money has helped…

19. 7,924,624 people in Africa (this includes: bed net distribution, health workers trained, malaria diagnosis, malaria treatment, awareness raising messaging).

 

FINANCIAL AND MATERIAL POVERTY IN THE UK

Since the last Red Nose Day, your money has helped…

20. 144,690 people experiencing financial and material poverty in the UK.

 

HIV

Since last Red Nose Day, your money has helped…

21. 22,008 people affected by HIV to get tested and access the support they need, both in the UK and in some of the world’s poorest communities

–    377 in the UK
–    21,631 internationally

SPORT FOR CHANGE (UK AND INTL)

Since last Red Nose Day, your money has helped…

22. 156,320 people through projects using sport to achieve social change, both in the UK and in some of the world’s poorest communities

–    30,459 in the UK
–    125,861 internationally