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BBC Children in Need and Boots

Learn all about how Boots is working with this year&#8217;s BBC Children in Need campaign to help raise money for this amazing charity.

This year Boots and BBC Children in Need entered in the 11th year of their partnership which has raised more than £6.5 million through the years to help disadvantaged children in the UK.

On Friday 14th November Boots staff joined people up and down the country for a fundraising extravaganza.

Donate here

Pudsey Bear and young female fundraiser

Fundraising

In true BBC Children in Need spirit Boots staff raised funds in a whole host of fun ways.

Cake sales remained a firm favourite and for many the change to dress as their favourite superhero was one not to miss!

Women created a buzz as they swapped their make up for a paw print and shared their #BearFaced moment online.

Fundraising

Izzie was just three when her father died. A few years later, her mother discovered local bereavement support charity Nelson's Journey.

Funded by BBC Children in Need, Child Bereavement Services Manager Debbie arranged support sessions and activities for Izzie and her mum.

As a result, Izzie's mum was finally able to explain that Izzie's father had taken his own life after a long battle with depression. It was just what Izzie and her mum needed in order to move on.

Two young children in wet swim suits
Two young children in wet swim suits

Jack and his older brother both have autism. Some organisations can't support them because they have difficulties communicating and don't have the same instinctive behaviour around people as others do.

But ever since Jack was matched with a volunteer carer at the ME2 Club in Wokingham, he has thrived.

The ME2 Club offers support at organised out of school activities such as playgroups, youth clubs, sports, art and social activities, so that children can make friends and socialise freely.

Our BearFaced ladies

Lorna, store manager at Kirkcaldy Retail Park in Scotland, first got involved in BBC Children in Need through Boots, and has been actively fundraising ever since.

"This year was a real turning point for me. I got involved with a local charity helped by BBC Children in Need who were setting up an area for local, disadvantaged youths. I got to see the work of BBC Children in Need close up and in a way that concerned my community."

Pudsey Bear and young female fundraiser
Pudsey Bear and young female fundraiser

Jess has been involved in BBC Children in Need since her first day working at Boots head office.

"My first day working for Boots was actually BBC Children in Need day and I just loved the buzz and excitement.

During my first placement I organised a race from head office to raise money for BBC Children in Need. We had to get from Nottingham to Leeds to 'get Pudsey home'.

I travelled via public transport with some colleagues, other went by car and one of my colleagues even rode his bike. In total we raised about £1500."

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BBC Children in Need

This year Boots and BBC Children in Need entered in the 11th year of their partnership which has raised more than £6.5 million through the years to help disadvantaged children in the UK.

On Friday 14th November Boots staff joined people up and down the country for a fundraising extravaganza.

Donate here

Fundraising

In true BBC Children in Need spirit Boots staff raised funds in a whole host of fun ways.

Cake sales remained a firm favourite and for many the change to dress as their favourite superhero was one not to miss!

Women created a buzz as they swapped their make up for a paw print and shared their #BearFaced moment online.

Pudsey Bear and young female fundraiser

Where your money goes

Izzie was just three when her father died. A few years later, her mother discovered local bereavement support charity Nelson's Journey.

Funded by BBC Children in Need, Child Bereavement Services Manager Debbie arranged support sessions and activities for Izzie and her mum.

As a result, Izzie's mum was finally able to explain that Izzie's father had taken his own life after a long battle with depression. It was just what Izzie and her mum needed in order to move on.

Two young children in wet swim suits

Jack and his older brother both have autism. Some organisations can't support them because they have difficulties communicating and don't have the same instinctive behaviour around people as others do.

But ever since Jack was matched with a volunteer carer at the ME2 Club in Wokingham, he has thrived.

The ME2 Club offers support at organised out of school activities such as playgroups, youth clubs, sports, art and social activities, so that children can make friends and socialise freely.

Two young children in wet swim suits

Our BearFaced ladies

Lorna, store manager at Kirkcaldy Retail Park in Scotland, first got involved in BBC Children in Need through Boots, and has been actively fundraising ever since.

"This year was a real turning point for me. I got involved with a local charity helped by BBC Children in Need who were setting up an area for local, disadvantaged youths. I got to see the work of BBC Children in Need close up and in a way that concerned my community."

Pudsey Bear and young female fundraiser

Jess has been involved in BBC Children in Need since her first day working at Boots head office.

"My first day working for Boots was actually BBC Children in Need day and I just loved the buzz and excitement.

During my first placement I organised a race from head office to raise money for BBC Children in Need. We had to get from Nottingham to Leeds to 'get Pudsey home'.

I travelled via public transport with some colleagues, other went by car and one of my colleagues even rode his bike. In total we raised about £1500."

Pudsey Bear and young female fundraiser
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