After growing the most glorious sunflowers, Ivy decided to harvest the seeds and sell them to her local community. 😍
Ivy raised a massive £125 for us and we want to say a big thank you to her for all her hard work. 😍 🌻 Well done Ivy! 🌻
This weeks Supporter Spotlight is on Pat and Kate! 💡
Pat and Kate are sisters who have been fundraising on behalf of us for 33 years and in that time raised a staggering amount of money. 😍
Thank you so much Pat and Kate – we think you are both fantastic. 💛
This weeks Supporter Spotlight is on Alex! 💡
Alex got himself into quite the hairy situation last year when he did a sponsored shave of his head, beard, and legs. ✂🧔 Alex raised an incredible £2,539.47 for us and we just wanted to say a massive thank you! 😍
We can’t wait to see what you do this year. 😉 #ChildreninNeed#CiN
This week’s Supporter Spotlight is on Loli! 💡
Loli is two years old and last year she did her first ever ramble in aid of BBC Children in Need. Loli and her mum Laura-Kate set off on a ramble in their local woods and managed to raise a whopping £370, all of which Loli donated to us! 🌿🐾 Thank you Loli! 😍💛 #ChildreninNeed#CiN
Quintin was born with Meconium Aspiration and it’s this that inspired him to raise money for other children who may be poorly.
Quintin held a carwash on his drive and raised a huge £150, all of which he donated to us! 🚗💦 Thank you Quintin! 😍👏 #CiN
Whatever amount you load onto the card, One4all will donate 2% of the total. So whether you’re finishing off your Christmas shopping or wrapping the card up as a present, you’ll be supporting us. Grab yours now ➡ bbc.co.uk/pudsey
Sam is ten and his brother Tom is eight. The brothers absolutely love football, just like their dad, Duncan.
When Sam was five, his dad went to play football one evening as he did every week. Duncan, who was only 39, collapsed whilst playing and was rushed to hospital. Soon after, doctors discovered an undiagnosed critical heart condition. Sam’s mum, Beth, was told that Duncan wouldn’t survive the night. “At the hospital, I remember walking into the room and just seeing a mass of people because so many people had been trying to help him. I remember thinking, how do you tell a three and five year old that their daddy has died? I sat through the night just thinking about what am I going to tell them?”. After Duncan’s death, Beth and the boys tried to cope for a long time but Sam struggled to come to terms with the loss of his father. Two years ago, Beth found Shakespeare Hospice, a project funded by your donations, that has supported Sam with his grief since.
Please donate what you can on the link in our bio. bbc.co.uk/pudsey #CiN