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Global's Make Some Noise
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Prospex is just one of the many charities Make Some Noise is trying to help.
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Global's Make Some Noise 2016 - Launch Video
Who We Help: Carers Bromley
Carers Bromley has been selected as one of this year’s beneficiaries to receive funding and support through Global’s Make Some Noise.
Who We Help: HACS
HACS is a charity based in London, whose aim is to raise awareness and understanding of autism, resulting in a more inclusive local community.
Who We Help: Move On
Move On works to improve the lives of vulnerable young people and those affected by homelessness in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Who We Help: Swindon Downs Syndrome Group
Swindon Downs Syndrome Group is a small charity, which supports children and young people living with the condition in the region, by providing information, advice and support.
Global's Make Some Noise - Who We Are
Global’s Make Some Noise Day Is Back!
Global's Make Some Noise is a national charity that helps to change young lives, brought to you by eight of the best-loved commercial radio stations in the uK: Heart, Capital, Capital XTRA, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Radio X and Gold.
Global’s Make Some Noise is an appeal operated by Global Charities, a registered charity in England and Wales (1091657) and Scotland (SC041475).
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