Make Some Noise is a national charity that helps disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
ITRM Pledge £1000 to the Make Some Noise Campaign

ITRM Pledge £1000 to the Make Some Noise Campaign.

Make Some Noise is a national charity that helps disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.

On the 9th October 2014 our favourite radio stations Heart, Capital FM, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Capital Xtra, XFM and Gold, joined forces to raise funds for this fantastic charity. Several fundraising activities took place over the course of the day including Capital Radio’s Lisa Snowden cleaning the windows of one of Europe’s tallest buildings; the Shard!

Over the course of the week listeners were given the opportunity to sponsor the pair and the one who raised the least amount of money would have to clean the windows of the top of the Shard.

Having found out about the challenge ITRM’s Steve Rudd contacted the presenters to get involved. ITRM pledged £1000 to the Make Some Noise Campaign by sponsoring Dave Berry but with one condition…Should he fail to raise more money than his fellow presenter he would have to wear the Charlton Athletic Community Trust t-shirt during this terrifying challenge.

When the final fundraising totals were announced it was Lisa Snowden who had to undertake the challenge but Dave Berry showed his support for the fantastic work that the Trust do by taking his photo with the ITRM sponsored shirt from the top of the building.

Charlton Athletic Community Trust announced ITRM as their official kit sponsor in August this year. The relationship between ITRM and the Trust began in 2011 with ITRM providing IT services and technical support. Having also worked with the club for the last few years ITRM have also recently announced their strategic partnership.

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