Celebrities mixed it with the pros in a week-long, winner-takes-all tournament, which saw Lee Mack and Martin 'Wolfie' Adams take home the trophy, beating Tim Vine and Darryl Fitton in the final.
Hold your own Red Nose Day darts tournament
1. Get your free Fundraising Kit
It’s full of tips, tools and ideas to make raising lots of life-changing cash at your darts event a doddle. Get yours now.
2. Assemble a dream team
Fundraising is always a lot easier, and more of a laugh, in a group. Get friends or workmates in on the fun with our Poster Pack.
3. Who, what, why, where, when…
Plan the date, time and location of your event. How long will it take to set up? What should you bring? Use our Fundraising Checklist to help you out.
4. How will you raise money?
Will you charge per player or per team? Will spectators pay to watch? How about a prize donated by a local restaurant or shop for the winner?
5. Spread the word
Use social media to get people to enter and attend your event. Download our Promote your Fundraising Guide for tips on spreading the word.
6. What a difference the difference makes
Make sure people know the difference their money can make. Use our Where your Money Goes poster to show people how even small amounts can change lives.
See what the £41 Louisa raised could do
Louisa Vere changed her Facebook profile picture adding a Red Nose to a black and white photo of herself and pledged £1 for each like she got, raising £41. That's enough to to train a nursery school assistant in rural Ghana, helping to give hundreds of children an education and a brighter future.