Everyone should have somewhere they feel at home. For some home is where they live, for others it is somewhere they feel accepted, included, understood or even just somewhere they feel safe. Global’s Make Some Noise is supporting small charities who are working hard in communities across the UK to make sure that everyone has a somewhere they feel at home this winter.
Global’s Make Some Noise supports small and local charities across the UK, funding crucial services including food banks, mental health and domestic violence helplines, carer support and employment programmes.
Small charities are a lifeline for those living through the toughest of circumstances, giving vital support and making sure that everyone has somewhere they feel safe, heard and accepted, somewhere they feel at home.
The word home can mean so much more than the walls in which we live - it’s a feeling of comfort, joy and belonging. At Hotpoint, we want to ensure everyone has access to the warmth and comfort associated with the feeling of home which is why we’re proud to support Global’s Make Some Noise campaign this winter.
Your gift of £10 could pay for someone with dementia to have a small gift and celebrate with others so they’re not alone this Christmas.
Your gift of £20 could mean a family of four can enjoy Christmas dinner at a food bank this winter.
Your gift of £30 could pay for a tent for somebody who is street homeless to have some shelter this winter.
To donate £30, £20, or £10, text HOME30, HOME20 or HOME10 to 70766.100% of your donation will go to Global’s Make Some Noise. If you’re under 16, please ask the bill payer’s permission first. Standard network charges may apply. Ts&Cs may apply
To send a cheque in the post, please address it to: Global’s Make Some Noise, 30 Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7LAIt may take the team 2-4 weeks to submit these to the bank. Please don’t send cash in the post.
Make a regular donation to help us support more people in crisis throughout the year and beyond.
You could give a little every month, quarter or year, to support the vital work of small charities.