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What We Do


What We Do

Global’s Make Some Noise improves the lives of disadvantaged people by working with small charities across the UK. 

We believe everyone deserves to feel safe, feel well, feel included and feel prepared. So we work across four key areas: providing shelter and safety, supporting physical and mental health, improving life skills, and preventing isolation. 

Image of child with cerebral palsy being help up by parent and charity worker
Cerebral Palsy Cymru supports families of children with cerebral palsy across Wales

We give grants to small charities 

This year alone, we’re supporting crucial services at 100 small charities, including food banks, mental health and domestic violence helplines, carer support, community projects and employment programmes. 

The coronavirus pandemic has shown us that we could all be one step away from our lives suddenly changing. It has also shown us the power of coming together to help one another. People would be lost without the services that we support. 

Child sitting in the Heart radio studio in front of a mic and with headphones on
We raise awareness of charities like the Sickle Cell Society which supports those living with sickle cell.

We give a voice to small charities

We’re proud to be a voice for small charities. We raise awareness of some of the biggest issues affecting our society by working with Global, the Media & Entertainment Group. 

“As a small charity, we are very limited in how we can raise awareness beyond our local community. The exposure from being part of Global Make Some Noise was extraordinary.” – Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice

We give a helping hand to small charities 

As well as championing small charities, we help to sustain their future through our learning programme, so they can continue making positive waves of change. 

In short, we give grants, we give a voice, and we give a helping hand to small charities up and down the country. 

Give today to help disadvantaged people across the UK. 

Help those hit hardest by coronavirus in our communities