Published on November 6th, 2013 | by admin
Be Cheeky And Go BearFaced For Children In Need!
Where does the time go? It’s less than two weeks until the BBC Children in Need telethon appeal night on Friday 15th November and here at the Post Office Shop we’re right behind the BBC’s UK corporate charity.
BBC Children in Need makes a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged and young people across the UK and has so far raised a staggering £690 million.
So ladies, fancy showing off your natural beauty and joining a whole host of celebrities who are going ‘BearFaced’ for BBC Children in Need?
2 days from now and a week before a whole host of TV greats take to our screens for the Children in Need telethon hosted by BBC Children in Need’s life president Sir Terry Wogan, you can join thousands of others by going ‘BearFaced’ and modeling black and gold temporary Pudsey pawprint tattoos which are available to buy exclusively in our branches and here from the Post Office Shop.
Celebrities including Heidi Klum, Jodie Kidd, Abbey Clancy and Louise Redknapp backed the first ever ‘BearFaced Day’ in 2012 and following from the success, well known figures including former Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh, The One Show’s Alex Jones and actress Sheridan Smith will all go BearFaced on Friday 8th November by swapping their make-up for a Pudsey pawprint for BBC Children in Need.
Getting sponsored for BareFaced Day is a fun and novel way to raise money for BBC Children in Need. Why not get your friends, family and colleagues involved to join you in going BearFaced? The Go BearFaced sponsorship form is available to download here.
Pudsey pawprint tattoos are available exclusively from Post Offices across the UK or online at the Post Office Shop. This affordable pack of Pudsey pawprint tattoos available exclusively from the Post Office contains 10 sheets; each sheet comprises of one black pawprint tattoo and one gold pawprint tattoo. These pawprints will cost you just £10, and the Post Office is generously donating all proceeds from the sale of this product to the BBC Children in Need charity.