As part of the Government’s Community Match Challenge scheme, Global’s Make Some Noise launched an Emergency Appeal to raise money in support of small charities across England that are helping those experiencing grief, poverty, domestic abuse, loneliness, illness and mental health problems. Stars is one such charity chosen for its work in helping those hit hardest by the coronavirus.
Anne Streather from Stars said: “This vital funding partnership in response to the pandemic means that Stars can continue to provide specialist bereavement support for children and young people in Cambridgeshire, together with guidance for their families and carers. The work by Global’s Make Some Noise to identify community needs and enable funding for small charities such as Stars makes a real difference to young lives.”
Global’s Make Some Noise is the official charity of Global, home to some of the UK’s biggest radio brands including Heart, Capital, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Radio X, Capital XTRA and Gold – we at Stars thank you all for your incredible support – together, we can help vulnerable children and young people who are struggling right now.