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The original logo, used from to The very first Pudsey bear and logo, used in The mascot which fronts the Children in Need appeal is called Pudsey Bear. Asked to revamp the logo, with a brief to improve the charity's image, Lane said "It was like a lightbulb moment for me, We were bouncing ideas off each other and I latched on to this idea of a teddy bear.

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All have extensive experience with children and families which assures you comprehensive mental and behavioral health services. Join Save the Children to give girls and boys in the United States and around the world a healthy start, an education, and protection from harm. Welcome back! BBC Children in Need is back!

Circle 16 November in your calendar for a day of fun-filled fundraising. This year we've teamed up with CBeebie's favourite Hey Duggee so your little ones can be squirrels and earn their own Pudsey Badge!

Boston Children's Hospital has been named the #1 children's hospital in the nation by U.S. News and World Report for the fifth year in a row!It's an honor that we could not have achieved without you.

Children in Need returned to televisions in for another night of treats and surprises – especially for fans of Strictly Come Dancing, Doctor Who, and Call the Midwife – while raising.

The immunization programme in brief: UNICEF works with partners in government, NGOs, other UN agencies and the private sector to provide immunization to the children who need it the most.

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