KRS Team Dons Red Noses to Help End Childhood Poverty

KRS participates in Red Nose DayOn May 25 KRS team members came together to have fun for a good cause and raised $355 for Red Nose Day.

By each donating $1, team members received their very own red nose to wear. For a $10 donation, each could dress down for the day. A $5 donation gained a participant admission to the firm’s 4pm Red Nose Party, which featured cupcakes, sangria and other treats.

The money raised by KRS supports projects that ensure kids are safe, healthy, educated, and empowered. Red Nose Day funds programs in all 50 states and in some of the poorest communities in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

The KRS team celebrates Red Nose DayAlthough Red Nose Day is relatively new in the U.S., the very first Day was held in 1988 in the United Kingdom and millions of people participated in its first year. Since 2015, Red Nose Day in America has raised over $60 million to help kids and young people most in need. Globally, Red Nose Day has raised over $1 billion since its inception.