Rachel Stevens has joined some all-star celebrities in Children in Need’s latest campaign. Click the picture above to see an HQ version!
They have been photographed as they go without make-up as part of the BearFaced campaign, encouraging women around the UK to raise cash for BBC Children In Need. The aim is to encourage women to go without make up on November 8, but get their skin prepared in advance by using No7 products, which will donate a portion of proceeds to the campaign from November 1-9. The Pawprints as seen on the BearFaced lineup are available now at Post Offices across the UK. Women are also encouraged to swap their make-up for a pawprint design which is available from Post Office branches.
Rachel is participating along side a bunch of other celebrities to raise money for Genetic Disorders UK. Find out all the details below on how to get a pair of Rachel Stevens’ jeans!
The Sun is running a fabulous competition to raise money for Genetic Disorders UK. To mark Jeans for Genes Day, celebrities including Rachel Stevens, Harry Styles, Melanie C, Ozzy Osbourne, Frank Lampard, Noel Gallagher, Dermot O’Leary, Nicole Scherzinger, Holly Willoughby, Amanda Holden and many more, have donated their jeans for you to win and wear!
Text the code found under the picture (RACHEL’S IS J4G21) of your chosen celeb (plus details of your name, age and address) to 70099. Texts cost £1 plus standard network charges. Proceeds from the texts will go to Genetic Disorders UK or email your entry to email@example.com
In support of Wateraid Rachel has vowed to carry a melon everyday for the next six days and challenges us to do the same. Here’s Rachels bit in her latest blog entry over at the official website!!
This week, WaterAid’s partner, ethical bottled water company, Belu, is challenging the British public to following in the footsteps of Dirty Dancing’s ‘Baby’ (what’s not to like about that!?) and to carry a watermelon – for six days! – to celebrate World Water Week, September 1-6 2013.
They’re asking us all to adopt a watermelon for the week and ask your friends, family and work colleagues to sponsor you for taking part! They can help you welcome your melons into your lives and you can take it on your daily commute, to the shops or even out for dinner – the choices are endless;) – just make sure you tweet them to me and to @WaterAidUK so we can see what you’re up to!
There’s a reason for this and that is to raise awareness of issues faced by the millions of people all over the world who still live without access to safe, clean water and have to walk miles every day, putting themselves and their families at risk, just so that they have this basic need. I witnessed people in Ethiopia first who were doing this every day and was genuinely moved by what I saw and committed myself to helping them. One lady in particular, my age, with 8 children – Ajame – really touched me and asked me to help her … so here I am. I may be carrying more watermelons as the week go by and hope that you will do the same.
Earlier this morning Rachel posted her melon hard at work.
Look out for our melon on our Twitter beginning tomorrow @RStevensCom. Tweet us yours as well!!
Rachel’s wedding dress will be featured in a fashion show for Vogue as “The Wedding Dresses of Stars”. The exhibition has charity at the forefront, and is part of a Brides initiative to raise £100,000 for the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Every ticket sold will see money go towards the campaign. The show will take place the weekened between October 11 – 13.
You can purchase tickets to the event by clicking here, You can also get a special two for one ticket deal by entering the promo code IWDE. You can also view pictures of Rachel & Alex on their wedding date in the scans from OK Magazine by clicking here!!