On May 26, the physicians and staff at Rush Radiosurgery celebrated Red Nose Day.
Red Nose Day is a global campaign to raise awareness and money for impoverished children across the world. According to the Red Nose Day website, “Red Nose Day is the day in the US when people across the land can get together and do something funny for money at home, school, and work.”
Last year, over $23 million was raised during the Red Nose Day campaign in the United States. Money raised goes to the Red Nose Day Fund, which distributes the money through programs to keep children and young people safe, healthy, and educated.
Rush Radiosurgery participated in the event by handing out red noses to patients and wearing “red nose flair” to bring visibility to this issue. The staff was excited to get in on the fun, while helping to make a difference for kids.
For more information on Red Nose Day, please click here.
Photo: Aidnag Diaz, M.D. Medical Director at Rush Radiosurgery and his team wear their red noses to show support for Red Nose Day.