Global’s Make Some Noise 2018: See all the highlights!
4 October 2018, 17:02 | Updated: 5 October 2018, 19:04
What a day!
Thanks to the fabulous generosity of listeners and supporters, the fifth Make Some Noise appeal has raised a staggering £4,198,678. Right across the country, schools and workplaces dressed loud and held events from bake offs to bingo, from discos to dog shows.
Global’s radio brands Gold, Heart, Capital, Capital XTRA, Classic FM, LBC, Radio X and Smooth united for the day to raise money for small charities that help disadvantaged children, young people and their families across the UK living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.
Throughout the day, Global’s all-star presenter line-up including Gold's Tony Dibbin, all made some noise for disadvantaged children and young people by giving small charities a platform to tell their story on air to Global’s 25 million listeners.
Across the country schools and workplaces dressed loud. But it's not too late to get involved - for your last chance to win fabulous prizes: click here.
On Gold, David Essex, TV favourite Brian Conley and Bay City Rollers legend Les McKeown made appearances on-air throughout the day, and we also gave you the chance win tickets to West End musical 9 to 5 and to book your place on a fantastic Swinging 60s bus tour!
Tony Dibbin was also challenged by David Essex to form his own band, and so he was joined by Les and Brian for a special Facebook Live Aid performance of Beatles and Bay City Rollers classics. Watch highlights below:
Tony also hosted an all-day Breakfast Show from 6am to 6pm, featuring the ultimate battle of the bands on Gold’s Superstar Showdown.
But it’s not too late for you to get involved. Find out how you can help raise money here.
How can your money help?
- £5 can pay for a memories book for a child grieving the loss of their mummy or daddy.
- £5 means a young person with disabilities can access an outdoor centre, giving them the freedom to learn and socialise in a safe and supportive environment.
- £10 can give the lifeline of one-to-one support for a vulnerable young person experiencing domestic abuse.
- £10 means a child with complex disabilities can receive a specialist therapy session, helping them build strength and movement, and grow their independence.
- £20 means a child with disabilities can learn to communicate with their parent and others around them, during an hour of intensive support with a specialist.
- £20 means a young child who has taken on the responsibility of caring for a parent or family member can receive specialist mentoring, helping them cope with worries about school or home life.
- £50 means a Family Support Coordinator can be there for parents who don’t know where to turn after their child has been diagnosed with a brain injury.