How Global's Make Some Noise Helped Last Year

Global’s Make Some Noise Day Is Back!

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Global’s Make Some Noise Day on LBC last year raised money for those who don’t get heard. And you really dug deep.

In total, we raised £1,955,869.

Unique Make Some Noise Auctions

LBC is joining up with radio stations across the UK for Make Some Noise Day.

We raised money with some unique, money-can't buy auctions. And there are still some open to bid for...

It’s all to raise money for disadvantaged children across the UK - people like Freddie.

Freddie, The Boy With "The Worst Condition You've Never Heard Of"

Meet Freddie, a little boy suffering from a disease labelled "the worst condition you've never heard of".

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Who We Helped

These are the small charities we’re supporting:
Teens Unite Against Cancer: Dedicated to improving the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer.
Action For Stammering Children: Provides therapy for youngsters with a stammer.
DEBRA: Supporting families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa, termed “the worst condition you’ve never heard of
Barnet Young Carers: Providing fun activities for children 5-17 who look after a loved one.

These projects find it hard to get heard, so we’re giving them a voice.

Find Out More About Global's Make Some Noise

As well as providing much-needed financial grants to specially selected projects, we give a voice to charities that struggle to make themselves heard and their cause understood.
Visit MakeSomeNoise.com To Find Out More

Global’s Make Some Noise is a national charity that helps to change young lives, brought to you by by eight of the best-loved commercial radio stations in the UK, Heart, Capital, Capital XTRA, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Radio X and Gold.

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