Calling all Teachers and Schools this 22nd October 2021! Wear Red Day is back and so are we in supporting our friends at Show Racism the Red Card to get schools involved with ‘Wear Red Day’ on 22nd October 2021. In 2020 we saw a huge +27% in School registrations take part in our competition to win some great prizes and we’d love your support to get even more Schools involved this year.
‘Wear Red Day’ is a national day of action and helps fund anti-racism education for young people across the UK and for every school that signs up, they will automatically be entered into a competition to win THREE awesome prizes.
Signing up could not be easier, just follow these simple steps below and then check out the prizes you could win for your school below:
1) Click here to register your school.
2) Select which region your is based in.
3) Wait for your fundraising pack to be delivered! And don’t worry, you’ve already been automatically entered into the competition for the prizes as well!
4) Don’t forget to tune in on Friday 22nd to the Show Racism the Red Card Facebook page as we will be going LIVE at the London Eye to announce the winners.
Your school could win*:
£500 Mitre Sports Training Kit for Netball, Football and Rugby
150 Show Racism the Red Card Books
£300 Mitre Sports Training Kit for Netball, Football and Rugby
100 Show Racism the Red Card Books
£200 Mitre Sports Training Kit for Netball, Football and Rugby
50 Show Racism the Red Card Books
Not sure on what to wear for Wear Red Day? It’s as simple as it sounds (honest!), just pop on your fave red item and donate £1 to support Show Racism the Red Card in all the amazing things they do. Need some red style inspo?! Look no further – it’s got to be our iconic Kick Hi, in you guessed it, red!
Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) is the UK’s leading anti-racism education charity – using the high profile of iconic professional footballers as role-models that stand in solidarity against racism in society. Not only does the charity provide invaluable educational resources, but they deliver programmes of direct anti-racism education to over 50,000 young people and more than 6,000 adults every year – pretty impressive right?!
Terms and conditions apply, please check out our competitions T&Cs page for more.