Surrey Hills Radio Together for Mary Frances Trust
Surrey Hills Community Radio
Presenters raising money for Mary Frances Trust supporting people experiencing emotional or mental distress to help them get on with their lives...
Raising money for
Mary Frances Trust
We are a Leatherhead based community radio station serving the Surrey Hills. Launched in June 2014, the station is fully run by volunteers with a passion for a range of musical styles and vocally supporting local organisations.
Surrey Hills Community Radio thrives on giving everyone a voice. We also:
* To provide confidence building opportunities.
* To promote charities and not-for-profit events
* To give local people the chance to produce and present a radio show
We work with our local community and have invited a number groups including Scouts, Girl Guides, schools, national youth projects and young adults with a range of disabilities.
Fundraising as part of a team, view team page.
Fundraise with FUN
Surrey Hills Community Radio will be pulling together as a team to do what they can to raise funds our local mental health and wellbeing charity.
From sponsored weight-loss challenges, triathlons, marathons and even a 12-hour shows, we are making a difference to the Mary Frances Trust in Leatherhead, Surrey.
Kicking starting our support for the local group we invited the charity into the studio for an on-air interview with Louise, the charity's Volunteers' Coordinator.
First activity: Daves Challenge - Dave aims to lose weight so sponsor him now to keep him motivated!!
Second activity: 36 hours of live shows - As our presenters take up some extra shifts throughout the night to celebrate our 3rd birthday as a radio station give them a boost with a quick donation to our chosen charity!
Check back for details of our other fundraising events for 2017!!!
marathon, triathlon, weight loss & more
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with gift aid: £654.75
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