Groups, such as Hands-On Physical Therapy, Across the Country, Host Their Own Events and Make the Inaugural Red Nose Day a Huge Success

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Hands-On Physical Therapy helps raise money for children and young people living in poverty by hosting their own Red Nose Day event and having some fun.

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"Building support for the impoverish youth of our generation. Good times for a good cause" Tina K.

Thursday, May 21st was the inaugural Red Nose Day in the United States. People from all walks of life came together to raise money for kids living in poverty.

Because Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty by simply having fun and making people laugh, the people at Hands-On Seminars decided to host their own event outside their clinic in Astoria. Here they provided food, fun and laughter to their visitors, while raising awareness of the plight of children in poverty. Participants gave generous contributions to the Red Nose Day Fund. Donations to the fund are given to nonprofit organizations that transform the lives of children around the world and used in projects to keep children and young people safe, educated or healthy.

Since its launch in 1988, Red Nose Day has become something of a British institution. It’s the day, every two years, when people across the land can get together and do something funny for money at home, school and work. Now, this wonderful tradition has crossed the waters to America.

Some of the amazing charity organizations that have partnered with the Red Nose Day fund are Children’s Health Fund, Save the Children, Oxfam America, NCLR, LIFT, and Feeding America.

"Building support for the impoverish youth of our generation. Good times for a good cause." - Tina K.

"I am so pleased to have been a part of Red Nose Day. To be able to contribute something to help those most in need, the impoverished youth here and abroad is truly a fulfilling experience." - Staff Member at Hands-On Care Physical Therapy

Hands-On Physical Therapy has four offices in New York City: Astoria (Queens); Bay Ridge (Brooklyn) and two in Manhattan. To learn more about Hands-On Physical Therapy of New York, please visit http://HandsonPT.org or call (888) 626-2699

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