Today is Red Nose Day!

Rhythm Founder Nicoles Gleeson supporting Red Nose Day

Today is Red Nose Day! We are getting silly for a serious cause and helping to stop little lives from being cut short.

Red Nose Australia provides specialised bereavement support free of charge to any person affected by the sudden and unexpected death of a baby or child during pregnancy, birth, infancy or childhood.

Devastatingly, every year, over 3,000 families are devastated by the sudden and unexpected death of their baby or child. What’s more, 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage.

This has to stop.

Through world-class research, education and support Red Nose passionately believe we can put an end to this.

Donations to Red Nose Australia, make a profound difference for Aussie families and help to protect little lives.

Funds raised support lifesaving education and safe pregnancy programs, free 24/7 counselling and bereavement support services for families, and allow for greater investment in vital research.

Join us and together we can stop little lives being cut short and ensure every grieving family gets they support they need.

We’re donating all profits from the sale of our First Aid Kits from today through Sunday August 15th to Red Nose Australia!

To learn more, you can visit the Red Nose Day website here.

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