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Do something TWICE as funny and raise money for Comic Relief


This year is the 25th Anniversary of Comic Relief and the donations over those years have changed and saved so many lives. This year, we would like you to join us in doing something TWICE as funny to help us raise money on Red Nose Day! 

 

Simply send us a funny photo or YouTube video of your twins, triplets or quads and for every one we receive, we will Donate 1 to Comic Relief - with over 25,000 members, we hope our fundraising will help many families in need. Why not send us a photo of your kids wearing their red noses or a funny YouTube video.

All entries must be in by 18th March 2013 and should be submitted to info@twinsuk.co.uk by a parent in the family who is a TwinsUK Member. If you're not a member, follow the link to register. Please include your full name in the entry. We may publish the photos and/or videos on our website or Facebook page.  

Thank You for Your Support

P.S. Don't Miss 'Comic Relief - Funny for Money' on Friday 15th March 7pm BBC1  

 

 



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