We’re Proud to Support Global's Make Some Noise
Global's Make Some Noise is working to improve lives by supporting brilliant small charities across the UK. You can help them make a big difference just by entering our Kent House Draw.
Right now, many small charities are at breaking point and struggling to help those most in need. This year, Make Some Noise is supporting 100 charities to deliver crucial services, including food banks, mental health and domestic violence helplines, carer support, community projects and employment programmes.
This support is a lifeline for people with incredibly challenging lives. That’s why Omaze will be donating 80% of the net proceeds from the Kent House Draw to Global's Make Some Noise.
The power of coming together has never been so important.
“We are so excited and proud to be partnering with Omaze on the Kent House Draw.
Global’s Make Some Noise supports over 100 brilliant small charities. We give them a voice and fund their crucial services including homelessness projects, mental health and domestic abuse helplines, disability and carer support, and employment programmes.
I see the important work these amazing charities do. They are often unsung heroes, making a real difference to the most vulnerable in communities across the UK.
Right now, demands on their services are increasing and the need for support is growing. Make Some Noise is dedicated to improving lives through small charities. Money raised through the Kent House Draw will help continue this vital work. Thank you for taking part.”
Jo Kenrick, Chair of Trustees at Global's Make Some Noise
“Through my radio show, I hear directly from the small charities supported by Global’s Make Some Noise. I am always in awe of their passion and determination to make a real difference to people’s lives throughout the UK. Make Some Noise support a range of vital projects including food banks, mental health helplines, carers as well as employment programmes. The partnership between Omaze and Make Some Noise will help improve even more lives though amazing small charities.”