Global's Make Some Noise is Heart's very own charity, which supports brilliant small projects across the UK, helping youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity. These projects struggle to get heard, so we give them a voice and raise money to support their vital work.Sign Up Now
All over the country, there are wonderful small projects helping to give disadvantaged children and young people a brighter future.
The £30 you raise in 30 days will help fund a whole range of vital activities and services at the projects, and enable them to carry on their life-changing work.
Services like music sessions for vulnerable teenagers, activity clubs for children with autism, advice for young carers, support for youngsters who have lost someone special, and even play therapy for pre-school children living with disabilities.
Since launching in 2014, Global's Make Some Noise has raised nearly £7 million, and supported 135 incredible charities and projects around the UK, helping them to provide invaluable services, that otherwise simply might not be available.
By joining us to raise £30 in 30 days you can help wonderful small charities have a BIG impact.
Raising £30 in 30 days really will make a huge difference to the wonderful small projects we help support… BUT imagine what £60, £90 or even £120 could do! If you're having fun raising money, please don't stop when you hit £30. Every penny you raise will go towards giving disadvantaged children and young people a brighter future, so keep going!
£30 could fund a one-to-one support session for a family who has just found out that their child is deaf.
£30 could fund a play therapy session, helping a child to deal with their grief and hold onto the memories of their mummy or daddy.
£30 could fund information packs about Spina Bifida for three families with new born babies who will require life - long support.
£30 could fund an hour of much - needed support for a vulnerable young carer, at risk of failing to fulfil their potential at school.
£30 could pay for 30 minutes of counselling to help a child living with cancer to talk about their feelings.
£30 could fund three hours of a community worker's time, helping to support and bring together families who are affected by cavernomas.
£30 could provide face-to-face support and reassurance for three families of children who are being treated for eye cancer.
£30 could fund six information packs, helping parents to spot the early signs of liver disease in newborn babies. Early diagnosis can save lives.
£30 could fund 40 minutes of sensory playtime for a child with cerebral palsy, helping them to achieve milestones which otherwise might never have been possible.
£30 could provide vital materials to three families who have a child newly diagnosed with a cavernoma. This helps them in their time of need when they are often scared, confused and feeling very alone.