The Sickle Cell Society is excited to announce that Global’s Make Some Noise has raised £44,385 for our Children’s Activities Programme!
Last year, the Sickle Cell Society was chosen to be a Global’s Make Some Noise charity alongside 32 other small charities and projects across the UK.
Global’s Make Some Noise is the official charity of the Media & Entertainment group Global home to some of the UK’s biggest radio brands including Heart, Capital, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Radio X, Capital XTRA and Gold.
Over the past year, the Global’s Make Some Noise team having been raising money and awareness for sickle cell and the other charities.
- On the radio – the Sickle Cell Society were delighted to be invited to speak about sickle cell on the radio. A young girl named Miai was able to share her story about living with sickle cell on Capital FM (see below for video)
- Training – members of the Sickle Cell Society staff were able to receive training from Global’s experts
- Fundraising – the main goal of Global’s Make Some Noise has been raising money through radio fundraisers to support a whole range of projects
The total money raised over the past year will fund 41 roles over the next 12 months and will help charities (including the Sickle Cell Society) working with: bereavement and trauma, young carers groups, disability, life-limiting or life-threatening conditions, music therapy, care leavers, mental health.
The £44,385 that the Sickle Cell Society received will go to fund our Children’s Activities Programme, supporting children and young people living with sickle cell.
The Sickle Cell Society wants to say a massive thank you to the whole Global’s Make Some Noise team and everyone who has donated. We have seen the amazing impact our children’s work has had in the past and this money will help us to reach even more children and young people.
Check out Miai on the Radio
Learn more about our Children’s Work here: www.sicklecellsociety.org/childrens-activities/
Watch Highlights from our 2019 Annual Children’s Holiday
Global’s Make Some Noise has been helping communities since 2014 by supporting small charities that look after the most vulnerable people in the UK. Find out more here: www.makesomenoise.com