What makes YOU happy?
Award-winning TV hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have launched Pass the Positivity, a nationwide positivity project that you can get involved in!
We are inviting school-aged children, their teachers, families, friends and communities to share what makes them feel happy in the form of a message or drawing.
Ant & Dec will be unveiling a spectacular installation created using the most inspiring entries from across the UK on Thursday 26th May 2022. One of them could be yours!
You can watch this exciting live streamed event here, and if you want to make sure you don’t forget, sign up to the Farshore Books newsletter and we’ll send you a reminder!
Find out how YOU can take part!
Enter for your chance to WIN!
Whether you’re Passing the Positivity at home or at school, every entry from a school-aged child in the UK (submitted by their teacher, parent or guardian) will be entered into a prize draw.
Pass the Positivity at school and you could be in with a chance of winning Ant & Dec’s combined age in books for your chosen school or library, and a video message from Ant & Dec!
Pass the Positivity at home and you could WIN a book bundle & a personalised print.
Looking for some inspiration to get started on your message or drawing? Check out our Pass the Positivity Gallery.
This project is raising awareness of Propa Happy, Ant & Dec’s first book for children, which is raising vital funds for leading children’s charity the NSPCC ahead of its annual fundraiser, Childhood Day, on 10th June 2022.
Childhood Day is a day to come together to raise money to help keep children safe from abuse, and the NSPCC is asking everyone in the UK to play their part.
NSPCC Ambassadors for Childhood Ant & Dec are donating all of their income from sales of Propa Happy to the NSPCC.
Thank you to our Pass the Positivity Champions
One of the key things you can do to Pass the Positivity is to make sure you thank someone for lending a hand or helping you out. Everyone likes to know that they are appreciated. That’s why we want to say a huge thank you to a few special teams that are helping us with this amazingly positive project.