Save the Children hosts ‘Touch a Truck’

Dozens of children and families explored vehicles from Fairfield Police Department, Fairfield Department of Public Works and the Southport Volunteer Fire Department on Sunday, May 20, at a Touch a Truck hosted by Save the Children. The event was held in conjunction with Red Nose Day, a national charitable campaign that benefits the Fairfield-based global humanitarian organization and other charities fighting childhood poverty. Attendees wore red noses and posed for photos to show their support for Red Nose Day and Save the Children, which gives children in the U.S. and around the world a health start, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm.

The fourth annual Red Nose Day Special, will air nationally on Thursday, May 24 on NBC. Since launching in the U.S. in 2015, Red Nose Day has raised over $100 million, which has positively impacted more than 8.3 million children, both in America and abroad.

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