Donate online at www.theredcard.ie/donate
We need your help to educate young people against racism. You can do that by participating in our Wear Red Day fundraiser on Friday 23rd November 2018.
We are inviting participants to:
– Wear Red on the day to make a stand against racism
– To donate €2 to support our message
– Organise an activity
Text Donate to 50300 using keyword ‘SRTRC’ Text costs €2. Show Racism the Red Card will receive a minimum of €1.80.
Donations will be collected by activity organisers throughwww.theredcard.ie/donate If you want to organise an activity, go to www.theredcard.ie/wear-red-day to express an interest and we will send you:
– Red Cards against Racism
Iconic buildings turn red
This year, we will see the Mansion House, City Hall Dublin and SIPTU’s Liberty Hall turn red on Friday 23rd November. Between now and then, we hope to involve other buildings but most importantly, we hope to involved people to take a stand and #TackleRacism and participate in #WRD18
The picture below is the pedestrian bridge at Newcastle Gateshead on the River Tyne, which went Red for Wear Red Day England. We want Wear Red Day Ireland to be a great success. We invite you to get involved!
About Show Racism the Red Card-
We work to tackle racism through education and through producing education resources, which harness the role model status of stars of Irish sport and young people who speak of their experiences. Our programme of activities enables over 20,000 young people to get involved to tackle racism each year. Our activities include:
– FARE fortnight (involving 10,035 in 2018 October 11-25th) www.theredcard.ie/fare
– Anti Racism Creative Competition (involving 200 schools & youth services in 2018) www.theredcard.ie/competition
– Club Welcome Refugees supporting 4 sports clubs to include refugees www.theredcard.ie/clubwelcome
– Anti Racism Training training.theredcard.ie