2017-06-07 / Features

‘Red Nose Day’ Raises Money To Help Kids



Queens Borough President Melinda Katz was happy to partner with Walgreens and the Children’s Health Fund in raising awareness about “Red Nose Day” by hosting a Queens Borough Hall visit from one of the Children’s Health Fund’s mobile medical units on May 25, the day that was celebrated across the U.S. as Red Nose Day. Red Nose Day was the culmination of a month-long fundraising campaign to raise money for programs like the Children’s Health Fund, founded in 1987 by singer/songwriter and former Queens resident Paul Simon to provide healthcare for homeless and low-income children and their families. During the visit the Borough President issued a Proclamation declaring May 25 to be Red Nose Day in Queens. Queens Borough President Melinda Katz was happy to partner with Walgreens and the Children’s Health Fund in raising awareness about “Red Nose Day” by hosting a Queens Borough Hall visit from one of the Children’s Health Fund’s mobile medical units on May 25, the day that was celebrated across the U.S. as Red Nose Day. Red Nose Day was the culmination of a month-long fundraising campaign to raise money for programs like the Children’s Health Fund, founded in 1987 by singer/songwriter and former Queens resident Paul Simon to provide healthcare for homeless and low-income children and their families. During the visit the Borough President issued a Proclamation declaring May 25 to be Red Nose Day in Queens.

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