Find out how to get involved with this year's BBC Children in Need BearFaced campaign
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|When:||Friday 8 November|
|How:||Go BearFaced for the day|
|Why:||To raise money for BBC Children in Need|
Go BearFaced for BBC Children in Need!
Did you join our list of celebrity friends in going BearFaced on Friday 8 November?
You were in amazing company with the likes of Actresses Michelle Dockery and Jodie Whittaker, Newsreader Fiona Bruce, Radio DJ Vanessa Feltz, singer Rachel Stevens and Olympian Denise Lewis. They joined Laura Whitmore, Arlene Philips, Alex Jones, Sheridan Smith, Kimberley Walsh, Suki Waterhouse and Jo Wood, who all announced their involvement in the campaign by going BearFaced in a make-up free photo-shoot by world renowned photographer, Rankin, to encourage women across the UK to unite to do the same.
Going BearFaced is a simple way to raise money for BBC Children in Need and even though BearFaced Day has passed, you can still participate either alone or set up a BearFaced team with friends, family and colleagues. Either way, you can use our special Go BearFaced sponsorship form to raise lots of money for BBC Children in Need.
You can join our celeb friends and have your pic in our BearFaced gallery! Make sure you use #BearFaced and tag @Pudsey Bear on Facebook (depending on your privacy settings) and @BBCCiN on Twitter and Instagram. Find your Facebook and Twitter pictures on our Facebook gallery here, and you can also add your picture to our Google+ BearFaced event. You can also keep up to date with the BearFaced news & see your tweets through our social hub by selecting #BearFaced from the drop down menu on the right hand side.
We had plenty of fantastic support for BearFaced. No7 supported women to ensure their skin was ready to go BearFaced. From 1 – 9 November a donation to BBC Children in Need was made on every purchase of the No7 skincare range available exclusively at Boots stores across the UK.
Then the nation swapped their make-up for a Pudsey Pawprint, available from Post Offices across the UK.
Are you going BearFaced with colleagues? Make sure you shout about your efforts! Download a press kit to help share your fundraising efforts with local media.
Pudsey Pawprints as seen on the BearFaced line-up are available from Post Offices across the UK or online at the Post Office Shop.
Set up your own online sponsorship form at BT’s MyDonate, where every penny of your sponsorship will come to BBC Children in Need.
Order or download your 2013 Fundraising Pack