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A St. Anne’s student is on a mission to help eradicate world hunger, one red nose at a time, with Red Nose Day.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A St. Anne’s student is on a mission to help eradicate world hunger, one red nose at a time. Caden Smith, starting at the age of 11, decided she would introduce Red Nose Day to The Bahamas, to get people talking about and acting on world hunger.

Our Tanya Smith-Cartwright has more.

Red Nose Day is a fundraising non-profit organization uniting people with the mission to eradicate world hunger. In 2022, millions of people around the world are still going hungry.

Smith, a St. Anne’s school student, was driven by empathy for the needy, to open a ‘Red Nose’ chapter in The Bahamas.

She tells OurNeWS how she got started.

Red nose day is Friday, February 18. Caden tells us how to order our gear for the big day.

 



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