Classic FM backs Make Some Noise charity
Classic FM is proud to be supporting Global’s Make Some Noise, a national charity that helps disadvantaged children and young people right here in the UK. Find out how you can get involved by visiting our Make Some Noise website.
On 9 October, Classic FM joined forces with sister radio stations, including Capital FM, LBC and Heart - all owned by media group Global - to raise money for Global's Make Some Noise. Scroll down to find out what happened. Or click here to find out about the uplifting charity single we recorded.
If you'd like to donate and improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people, click the banner below or, to donate £5 via mobile phone, text NOISE to 70070. Vodafone will match every text donation, so your £5 becomes £10!
Want to fundraise for Make Some Noise? Why not bake some noise – hold a music-themed bake off. We like the Rolling Scones or Lemon Drizzle Kicks, can you do better? Or dress loud - organise a non-uniform day or change the dress code and wear loud clothes. You can all be part of a Make Some Noise event. For more easy fundraising ideas go to our charity website: makesomenoise.com/getinvolved
Projects we support
Global's Make Some Noise in Milton Keynes: Thomas's Fund
Global's Make Some Noise Night
Recording our charity single, Steadfast
Behind the scenes: Classic FM records a charity single for Make Some Noise
Classic FM records charity single Steadfast for Make Some Noise
Download Classic FM's number 1 charity single ‘Steadfast’ and see the exclusive behind the scenes video here!
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