Help us make a difference this Red Nose Day

Cure Kids Red Nose Day

What is Red Nose Day?

    

Cure Kids Red Nose Day
Red Nose Day is Cure Kids biggest annual fundraising appeal where incredible kiwis like you come together to help fund big research for little lives.

Every donation supports New Zealand based research into a wide range of health conditions to improve, extend and save the lives of children in Aotearoa.

There are many ways to support Cure Kids this Red Nose Day. From making a donation online to downloading the new storybook app 'Back home to you' your donation makes a difference to the health of our children for generations to come.

Discover the story of the Red Nose

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Back home to you

Back home to you is Cure Kids'  very own story of the Red Nose, a beautifully crafted children's tale of exploration and imagination. In this tale, the Red Nose isn't just something you can wear - it is a beacon of hope that is to be shared with friends and whanau.

Please visit rednoseday.co.nz to download your very own version to enjoy with the special children in your life.

     

About Cure Kids

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Big research for little lives

Cure Kids focus on raising funding to enable high-impact, New Zealand-based medical research to help save, extend and improve the lives of children diagnosed with serious life-impacting and life-limiting health conditions.

Cure Kids was established in 1971 as the Child Health Research Foundation, and since then have invested more than $40 million in New Zealand research which has helped to shape and vastly improve the way children who live with serious diseases and health conditions are diagnosed and treated.

Cure Kids’ funding supports researchers across New Zealand whose work focuses on childhood cancers, inherited heart conditions, epilepsy, infectious diseases, cystic fibrosis, sudden unexpected death in infants (SUDI), stillbirth, burns as well as child and adolescent mental health – and many, many other areas of research.

Visit curekids.org.nz to find out more.

Thank you for your support!