Children in Need is back raising money for worthy causes. For 2021, the theme of the fundraising event is ‘Together We Can.’
Each year, famous faces come together to help raise money for disadvantaged children in the UK. Last year, the show raised an incredible £37 million pounds. Find out where to get merchandise for Children in Need 2021 here.
Where can I buy Pudsey ears for Children in Need?
If you visit the official BBC Children in Need online shop you will find a range of colourful merchandise including notebooks to tote bags and of course Pudsey and Blush ears! Funds raised will go towards helping children across the UK.
As well the original Children in Need merchandise, there is also a Bing themed store based on the popular CBeebies cartoon. From bright aprons to lunch boxes these items are perfect for any child looking to support Children in Need.
Where can I buy Children in Need clothing and accessories?
Official clothing and accessories for Children in Need can be found at George at Asda.
From t-shirts and pyjamas to earmuffs and hooded scarves they have the perfect items for those looking to get involved with Children in Need.
T-shirts for adults start from as little as £6.50, while kids pyjamas and loungewear sets range from £6 to £12.
Other ways to get involved with Children in Need
If you are looking for ways to get involved with Children in Need this year then look no further as HITC have rounded up some of the best ways you can do your bit!
Firstly, you can download your own fundraising kit full of tips, tools and posters on how to make raising money for Children in Need a success.
Nothing brings people together like food, so you can cook up a storm and bake your favourite snacks and then sell them for donations to raise some cash for Children in Need.
Make sure you tune in to Children in Need on 19th November from 7 pm until 10 pm on BBC One. Grab a blanket, snuggle up and enjoy a night of unmissable star performances and entertainment for charity!
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