Ways to donate
4 October 2019, 09:51 | Updated: 8 January 2020, 17:15
Here's how you can donate to Global's Make Some Noise!
Make Some Noise funds projects up and down the country, that are changing the lives of children and young people living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity. The small charities that Make Some Noise funds are often the only place for families to turn to when their lives suddenly change.
Make Some Noise is there to give them a voice and with your help, we’re raising as much money as possible for their life-changing work. Every donation makes a difference.
Giving £10 can pay for a child with a life-limiting condition and their sibling to spend time away from the family home together to make special memories.
For one young carer, £20 means they can take time away from their caring responsibilities, to spend time at an outdoor centre with other young carers.
A donation of £30 can provide the first hour of bereavement support, helping a child to deal with the grief of losing their mummy or daddy.
Other ways to donate…
Donate by text
To donate £5 to Global’s Make Some Noise, text NOISE to 70766. 100% of your donation goes to the charity. 16+. Standard network charges apply. Ts&Cs.
100% of your donation will go to Global’s Make Some Noise.16 and over only. Standard network charges may apply. Ts&Cs at makesomenoise.com
Been fundraising already? Pay in your money here.
Donate By Cheque
Cheques should be made payable to ‘Global’s Make Some Noise’ (we can’t accept cheques made out to Capital XTRA and posted to: Global’s Make Some Noise, 30 Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7LA.
And don’t forget to tune in to Capital XTRA to help us make some serious noise! By supporting Global’s Make Some Noise, you’re helping to change young lives – so thank you! Find out more here.
Get in touch If you have any questions or need help donating, drop us a line at email@example.com. Or call 0345 606 0990 during office hours. Global’s Make Some Noise is an appeal operated by Global Charities, a registered charity in England & Wales (1091657) & Scotland (SC041475).