Children in Need has been raising money since 1927 for children and young people within the UK. Their vision is that every child in the UK has a childhood that is safe, happy, secure and allows them to reach their full potential. They provide grants to projects in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged. They are local to people throughout the UK and support small and large organisations which empower children and extend their life choices.

This years televised appeal is on Friday 13th November on BBC 1 at 7.30pm and among the many guests are Rod Stewart, Selena Gomez and Years & Years. Sir Terry Wogan is hosting with Tess Daly, Nick Grimshaw, Rochelle Humes and Fearn Cotton.

To support the charity you can hold fundraising events, donate or buy merchandise. To donate by text;
Text PADDLE to 70701 for £1
Text GIVE to 70705 for £5
Text GIVE to 70710 for £10

Jess Glynne children in need

The official song for the appeal is Jess Glynne’s, Take Me Home. The single available to download from iTunes, Spotify and Deezer. You can also buy the CD from 13 November at HMV, Asda, Tesco, Amazon (pre-order from 3 November) and independent retailers across the UK. A minimum of 30p from each sale will go to Children in Need.

As well as the Children in Need shop, children’s clothes are available at Debenhams and Asda.

Children in need pyjamas

How adorable are these children’s pyjamas, available at Asda for £8. 20% of the sale will go to Children in Need.

Bbc children in need

This children’s t-shirt is gorgeous and a bargain at £3 from Asda. 20% of the sales go to Children in Need.

BBC children in need

This children’s top is also from Asda from £3 with 20% going to Children in Need.

BBC children in need

I think I’m going to purchase this baby all in one for Lucas. £6 from Asda with 20% going to Children in Need.

BBC children in need image

I love these Giles Deacon t-shirts, available in black and gold for £12 with at least £7.09 going to Children in Need.

There are loads of other great buys from the Children in Need shop from ear muffs to money boxes, dinner sets to calendars, ironing board covers to dog bowls. There is definitely something for every member of the family x

15 Comments

15 Comments on Supporting BBC Children In Need

  1. I remember sitting and watching the Children in Need stuff years ago. My boys have never done it but LP asked to watch it this year. There’s loads of cute stuff there. 🙂 Thanks for sharing. x

  2. I love children in need. It’s such a good cause. That t-shirt from Asda is adorable. I haven’t seen it but will have to look out for it and if bump comes today or tomorrow i’ll have to get that suit x

  3. I used to love children in need as a child, I do find it quite disheartening that even though so much gets raised each year there are still children living in poverty.

  4. I bought the onsie for my daughter last year, as well as the outfit with the cape and the socks! This year I bought her the cutest tutu dress – I think it’s so important to support Children in Need!

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