Wear Red Day takes place on Friday 21st October 2016.
There are are many ways in which you can get involved with Wear Red Day this October. We can't wait to see the creative ideas you come up with, but quite simply it's all about uniting against racism for one day, wearing something Red and donating £1 wherever you are!
At Work

You and your fellow colleagues can get involved by coming to work sporting something Red for the day. It can be as subtle as wearing a Red tie or even Red socks!
At School
Pupils, teachers and support staff can join together in holding a non-uniform day. Schools could also run a sponsored penalty shoot-out competition or other activities to raise further funds.
On My Own
Individuals can also get involved. You can just wear Red wherever you are and donate £1.
Or you could go further and organise an event on the day such as a bake sale, coffee morning or get sponsored to do a challenge!
Racism affects everyone and every pound we receive from Wear Red Day can make a real difference to young people's lives.
The funds raised during Wear Red Day will help us continue to support and educate young people and teachers throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
Racism continues to be an issue in our society with many people suffering abuse each day.
We believe that education is key in challenging racism in society. By working with the next generation in schools we can have a big impact towards eradicating racism and creating a better world in the future.

In Scotland

Wear Red Day 2106 Scotland takes place on Friday 14th October. If you are based in Scotland and wish to take part in the Scottish day of action then please click here for further details. 

In Wales

If you are based in Wales and wish to register for the Welsh day of action then please click here to access your Wear Red Day 2016 Fundraising Pack.

Show Racism the Red Card major sponsors: