BBC Children in Need launched a brand new fundraising initative for 2012 - BearFaced. Find out more about it here.
|Fact title||Fact data|
|When:||Friday 9 November|
|How:||Go 'BearFaced' for the day|
|Why:||To raise money for BBC Children in Need|
Show your natural beauty
We asked women across the UK to show their natural beauty and wear no make-up for BearFaced Day – 9 November 2012. It was a great way to raise money for BBC Children in Need and really easy to do!
We had a whole host of people involved including Heidi Klum, Louise Redkanpp, Sian Williams, Jodie Kidd, Julia Bradbury, Lulu, Caroline Flack, Abbey Clancy and Tuuli Shipster. See the gallery below for pictures of celebrities and the public going BearFaced.
You can go BearFaced any time, simply ask friends, family and colleagues to sponsor you. But, as you’ll see here, just like Tuuli Shipster, you can also show you’re part of the tribe by putting your own take on Pudsey’s pawprint on your face – a "beauty spot"-like paw in eyeliner, a Pudsey pawprint tattoo, diamante spots – anything you like!
Keep your eyes peeled for more BearFaced news in 2013.
Pudsey Pawprint Tattoos
You can buy exclusive Pudsey pawprint temporary tattoos from your local Post Office or from the Post Office online store.
A Pawprint will cost you just 50p, and our fantastic friends at the Post Office are generously donating all proceeds from the sale of this product less VAT (42p) to BBC Children in Need.
If you decide to go BearFaced, the most important thing is to make sure you get sponsored by as many of your friends, family and workmates as possible!
We’ve created some special event pages for you to collect sponsorship online. Set up your own online sponsorship form at BT’s MyDonate, where every penny of your sponsorship will come to BBC Children in Need, or you will be able to find a BearFaced event page on the following sites:
Or if you'd prefer to use a paper sponsorship form, you can download one here.