An emergency appeal from Global’s Make Some Noise

19 June 2020, 06:58 | Updated: 22 June 2020, 08:34

An emergency appeal from Global’s Make Some Noise
An emergency appeal from Global’s Make Some Noise. Picture: Global

Classic FM’s charity, Global’s Make Some Noise, is raising money for those hit hardest by coronavirus in our communities.

Classic FM and its sister stations across Global have launched an Emergency Appeal from our charity Global’s Make Some Noise, to raise money for those hit hardest by coronavirus in our communities.

Coronavirus has impacted so many lives in so many different ways, but the most vulnerable are struggling to cope.

The money raised from the Emergency Appeal for Global’s Make Some Noise will support small charities up and down the country that are helping those experiencing grief, poverty, domestic abuse, loneliness, illness and mental health problems.

Read more about Classic FM’s charity, Global’s Make Some Noise >

Make Some Noise works across the country identifying community need and funding small charities that are making a real difference to people’s lives.

These organisations are needed more than ever, both on the frontline now and in months to come, as demand for their services increases. 

The Emergency Appeal from Global’s Make Some Noise will help those with health conditions, people without access to food or safety, elderly people without their support networks, families who have lost a loved one, carers who are feeling the pressure, and those feeling more alone than ever.

Over the last few weeks and today, there have been and will be plenty of ways you can show your support, with some amazing prizes up for grabs, a Make Some Noise auction, and the opportunity to buy Classic FM’s limited edition Hall of Fame 2020 puzzle featuring exclusive illustrations by artist Rosie Brooks – with all proceeds going to Make Some Noise.

Join Classic FM and LBC, Smooth, Heart, Capital, Capital Xtra and Radio X across the Global family, today (Friday 19 June), to raise money for those hit hardest by coronavirus in our communities.

Please give if you can. Click here to donate.

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