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Classic FM Christmas Shop

Take the Strauss out of your Christmas Chopin with exclusive gifts in aid of our charity

Welcome to Classic FM's charity Christmas store.

Thank you for getting into the festive spirit and supporting Classic FM's charity, Global's Make Some Noise. We're excited to share our brand new Classic FM Christmas card collection and a musically themed wall calendar for 2021.

By purchasing our limited edition items, you are making a difference to those hit hardest by coronavirus in our communities. Money raised will help support small charities up and down the country who are working with people experiencing grief, poverty, domestic abuse, loneliness, illness and mental health problems, as well as carers and care workers.

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£50 could fund a counselling session for a child struggling with their mental health.


£20 could provide Christmas dinner to a family of four who would otherwise go without.


£10 could mean a victim of domestic abuse can access advice and support online.


£5 could provide an activities pack for a child spending their first Christmas in a refuge.


The first 100 donations will receive a Classic FM pin badge as a special thank you from us.

100% of your donation will go to Global’s Make Some Noise. Pin badges will be given to the first 100 donations made through this shop page only. Only one badge will be sent per order, UK addresses only.


We’re helping those hit hardest by coronavirus in our communities

This Christmas could be very different for us all, but many people who were already in vulnerable situations, will struggle like never before. That’s why the Global’s Make Some Noise Emergency Appeal at Christmas is raising money for small charities and community projects that are working tirelessly to help those hit hardest by coronavirus.

This includes people who are homeless, families living in poverty and at risk of going hungry, vulnerable people with care needs, those affected by domestic violence, as well as those experiencing their darkest days with grief, loneliness or mental health problems.

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