BBC Children in Need 2015 Do Your Thing campaign

Post Office and BBC Children in Need

  • One of the BBC Children in Need’s biggest partners
  • £1.1 million in 2015
  • BBC Children in Need funded over 2,500 projects last year

Do Your Thing for BBC Children in Need

Last year, you helped us raise a whopping £1.1m for BBC Children in Need to help improve the lives of disadvantaged children across the UK .We’re hoping to top that this year! For that to happen though we need your help. We have a number of exciting activities and ways to get involved and do your thing for BBC Children in Need for the 2016 appeal on Friday 18 November.

So what are you waiting for? Head to your local Post Office branch and get involved.

BBC Children in Need - Denise Van Outen holding Do Your Thing entry form


Ways to donate

This year, we have made it even easier to donate to BBC Children in Need

There are several ways in which you can help support this amazing charity.

Pop into your local branch and pick up your free Post Office BBC Children in Need fundraising pack

Inside you’ll discover everything you need to plan your fundraiser. As well as loads of ideas to get you started you’ll find Pudsey goodies, an event poster and sweepstake game. And if that wasn’t enough, you’ll also find your free Pudsey wristband inside, exclusive to Post Office customers. Just ask for your pack at the counter.

BBC Children in Need - Denise Van Outen with Pudsey bear

You can donate when changing your Travel Money

If you're exchanging travel money in branch, you can donate an amount to BBC Children in Need. What's more, enter your details below and you will be in with a chance of winning a £5000 holiday voucher.City skyline

Enter for a chance to win

Look out for Post Office's Pass the Parcel challenge

10 Post Office branches across the country will be set special fundraising challenges on the 10 days leading up to the appeal.

Denise Van Outen holding BBC Children in Need Pass the Parcel sign


Wear Yellow

Wear Yellow

This year we're encouraging people to wear yellow in support of BBC Children in Need.

We want you to get as creative as you like whether this means yellow socks or yellow trousers, it's entirely up to you. Get snapping and share your pictures with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #YelloWear.

BBC Children in Need Pudsey wears yellow t shirt


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