We did it! Red Nose Day is over for another year.
Whether it was buying a red nose, volunteering, hosting an event, making a donation, or helping to spread the word – none of it is possible without your support. And we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
We are now working busily to count up all of the money raised – so far, we have counted over $800,000 and we know there is more to come.
Every dollar you raised helps to stop little lives being cut short, and takes us another stop closer to Target ZERO.
How to bank your funds
We want you to get those fundraising dollars in the bank as soon as possible – so we can put them straight to work!
If you have raised money through an online fundraising or event page, that money has already hit our bank account and your job is done!
If you hosted an in-person event or collection and have physical cash to bank, below are some easy-to-follow instructions for how to bank your funds and tie off your Red Nose Day activity.
Head to our online donation page and pay the funds now by credit card.
Or if you already made an online fundraising event page, you can use your credit card to bank any cash to your page and see your total rise!
You can also make a direct deposit straight from your bank account to our bank account using the details below. Don’t forget to include your name or supporter ID so we can issue your tax receipt.
In person at any NAB branch
Take your cash to any NAB branch and deposit the money straight into the Red Nose Day bank account, using these details:
Account Number: 64-931-6624
Account name: Red Nose Day
Reference: Your full name or business name
Download and complete the donation form and post it back to us with your cheque or money made out to Red Nose Australia.
Red Nose Australia
Reply Paid 91028
Docklands Vic 3008
Don't worry if you haven't held your Red Nose Day event or activity yet – lots of people are still holding events and getting silly all throughout August.
You can make a donation, host a fundraiser, or create a tribute page at any time during August and still have it count in this year's total.