The Deer Park Walgreens kicked off its Red Nose campaign Friday. Walgreens is on a mission to help raise funds to fight poverty of children. The second annual Red Nose Day is May 26.
The VIP guests of the event were the Deer Park Mayor Jerry Mouton and the Miss Pasadena Rodeo Emily Tadalecki.
Mouton said he came out to support the community and a good cause.
“I am always looking for opportunities to support businesses in the community, and this is a great one that is benefiting organizations in Deer Park,” said Mouton.
Funds for the Red Nose campaign that benefits children in all 50 states and 15 countries internationally through programs that keep children and young people safe, healthy and educated. The campaign will end on June 4th. There will be a live TV special that will air live on NBC May 26.