If you’re listening to the radio this morning, chances are you’ll hear your favourite presenters telling you to Make Some Noise, but what do they mean and why should we?
Media entertainment group Global’s charity arm runs the Make Some Noise campaign, which aims to raise money for small but perfectly formed projects supporting disadvantaged and vulnerable children throughout the UK. Every year, radio stations like Classic FM and Capital help raise money to make sure children get the help they need by fundraising with games, quizzes, live performances and more.
If you’d like to get involved, the charity has a page which tells you how, and if you’re a small UK registered charity, you could become part of Make Some Noise just by taking a look here.
Global are also daring you to dress LOUD today, which is exactly what Researching Reform is going to do. If you want to see our SUBWOOFER STYLE, tune in to Twitter – we’ll show you ours, if you show us yours. For those of you too chicken to change, you can tweet some rowdy emojis instead, along with the hashtags #DressLoud or #LoudIcons
And if you’re feeling flush and looking to splash your cash on a good cause, you can do that right here.
Researching Reform wishes Make Some Noise a very successful day….
Oh, and check out these guys dancing in the lift like no one’s watching.