UNIQUE social enterprise radio station www.charitable.radio launched on 16th May this year and has been delivering a blend of chart music from the ’70s to today, 24 hours a day, mixed with an array of amazing presenters airing shout outs for good causes, hourly #GoodNewsNews bulletins together with interviews with celebrities, charity people and fundraisers about the amazing charities they support.
Charitable Radio’s social purpose is to support great causes and enable them to spread their message as far and wide as possible. So, as we approach the season of goodwill Charitable Radio has created the perfect gift for supporters, donors, corporates and charities for the festive season – The Charitable Radio Charity Cracker!
Charitable Radio is taking the mission to support charity to another level, in part to celebrate their partnership of UK Charity Week from 6th December. They are giving away one free month of Charitable Radio advertising to 24 charities drawn every day from 1st to 24th December. There is no cost to enter and anyone can enter the UK charity of their choice into the draw. The advertising prize will run throughout 2022.
To enter your chosen charity into the Charity Cracker draw simply go to www.charitable.radio/win/cracker to learn more and click to enter.
Tune in online or by enabling your Amazon Smart Speaker every day, but especially throughout December to hear the daily announcement of whether your charity has won a free month of advertising on Charitable Radio.
Charitable Radio’s Melissa Tilling commented:
“Our team are delighted to really live up to our promise to help charities share their message with our listeners. We’ve shared hundred’s of charity shoutouts, interviewed dozens of people about the great causes they support and worked closely with the leading brands in philanthropy to enable charities to build back better during the tail end of the pandemic. The Charity Cracker is a major giveaway, completely aligned to our social enterprise purpose, and we encourage all charities to enter to have a chance of winning a month of coverage on air.”