Global's Make Some Noise is Classic FM’s very own charity, that supports projects across the UK helping children, young people and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity. These charities struggle to get heard, so we give them a voice and raise money to support their vital work.Sign Up Now
The money you raise will make a huge difference to the lives of disadvantaged children, young people and their families across the UK. Get to know some of our amazing projects below.
Soundabout is a small charity that supports children and young people with complex learning disabilities across the West Midlands. The charity provides music-making sessions in schools, care centres, and out in the community to help children and young people develop their ability to communicate and interact with the world around them. Through the use of music, rhythm and sound, Soundabout aims to give children with disabilities a voice and a way they can express themselves and be listened to.
Heel and Toe
Heel and Toe is a small charity that provides support to children and young people across the North East with physical and or neurological disabilities such as cerebral palsy. The charity provides a range of therapies and treatments to help children from 3 months to 19 years old, to achieve maximum independence. Children and young people supported by the charity have a wide range of mobility and developmental difficulties, communication and sensory disabilities. Heel and Toe helps them to gain more independence in their movement including activities in their daily lives such as dressing and eating, and in their communication and social skills.
Stick N Step
Stick ‘n’ Step is a small charity that supports children and young people with cerebral palsy, and their families across the North West. Cerebral palsy is a condition that affects muscle control and movement and is usually caused by an injury to the brain before, during, or after birth. The charity runs a series of activities including movement exercises, that are designed to help each child reach their full potential in terms of confidence, mobility and functional independence.
Youth Adventure Trust
The Youth Adventure Trust is a small charity that supports vulnerable young people across Wiltshire through outdoor activities. The programme combines outdoor adventure with ongoing support for young people, experiencing challenges like bullying, mental health issues, chaotic home lives, poverty or living in care. The 3 school year Youth Adventure Programme is designed to challenge and inspire young people, helping them to build resilience and develop hope, confidence and skills to face the challenges in their daily lives and achieve things they never imagined possible.
Amelia Trust Farm
The Amelia Trust Farm, based in South Wales provides a unique learning experience for disadvantaged and vulnerable young people at a critical time in their lives. The charity supports young people aged 11-18 who are struggling in mainstream education due to learning disabilities such as autism and ADHD, or have suffered abuse or neglect. Often, they have come through the care system and are at risk of self-harm or turning to substance abuse or anti-social behaviour. Through the project, the charity uses animals and their outdoor space to deliver therapeutic activities helping young people to develop skills such as independence and confidence; and return to mainstream education, take on training or start employment.