SHOW YOUR COLOURS
What’s Rainbrow Day?
Rainbrow Day is a new fashion movement that gives us girls a chance to make a difference by simply applying make-up. By transforming an eyebrow into a Rainbrow, we can help raise money and awareness for Rainbow Trust.
What’s Rainbow Trust?
Rainbow Trust is a children’s charity that helps the families of critically ill children by providing emotional and practical support, from diagnosis and throughout treatment, to bereavement and beyond. More information on Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity…
What, when and where is Rainbrow Day?
The first Rainbrow Day is happening on Friday 17 May. If you want to get involved, we’ve produced a ‘Show Your Colours’ e-magazine (coming soon) with tips and guides on how to get the best looking Rainbrow.
So, get your make-up brushes ready girls and take part in Rainbrow Day, a day dedicated to raising a few eyebrows, generating awareness and raising money for a good cause.
How you can get involved
1. SIGN UP
Sign up as a campaign supporter either as an individual with your friends or at your school, college or university.
Help promote and organise Rainbrow Day on 17 May by asking your friends, school, college or university to wear a Rainbrow. We will send you posters, how to paint your eyebrows video links and Rainbrow magazines to help you promote your Rainbrow Day.
3. WEAR AND SHARE
4. GET DONATIONS
Get as many people as possible to donate by either dropping just £2 in the bucket or texting BROW22 to 70070 to donate £2 via their mobile. You can also get your other friends to donate to support families who have a critically ill child by donating online or by post.
More about Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity
Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity is one of the leading charities for families who are coping with the unimaginable news that their sister, brother, daughter or son is seriously ill. Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity is the only organisation that provides support for the whole family, helping them try to find a new ‘normal’ when their world is in turmoil. Nine teams of Family Support Workers are there to help 24-hours a day, from diagnosis, through treatment and, for some, after bereavement. Here’s an overview of the support Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity provides:
- Family support
- Sibling support
- 24-hour helpline
- Bereavement support
- Transport support
- Drop in groups
- Hospital support