Radio Christmas partners with Street Kids Direct to raise funds for vulnerable children and young people in Central America and now it's easier than ever to donate to the cause with the charity's new online giving platform.
Street Kids Direct ensures that 100% of all its donations goes DIRECTLY to the projects it partners with in Guatemala and Honduras and the new platform will help those in the UK and around the world to ensure their gift impacts more children than ever.
A special site for donors in the U.S. is now available and supporters are able to get the tax information they need for their gift.
Radio Christmas is the world's number one festive charity radio station and we would love to be able to shout that out as much as we can, but we need your help.
Would you be able to become one of our social promoters and plug Radio Christmas for us on your social media circles? You could also organize a Radio Christmas listen party and join in the live fun from your home, school or office.
Be part of the fun this Christmas and help us help more street-living and high-risk children in Central America enjoy a much happier Christmas and a better year ahead.
Oli O´Neil has announced he will be joining the Radio Christmas teams in both Honduras and Guatemala this year and help run the live shows until Christmas Eve.
This year the School´s Hour will be pre-recorded during November and December in the UK and then played live from our Guatemala studio.
Steve Poulson to record a series of our special Pod-Castaways for this year's Radio Christmas.
The Radio Christmas studios in Guatemala and Honduras are now live.
The 12 Days of Christmas broadcasts started on Friday 12th December and will run through till Christmas Eve when our programming will return to the non-stop Christmas feed.
What has been exciting has been the involvement of the children who have benefitted from the funds raised on Radio Christmas last year. For example the 12-year-old boy who producing the show (blue t-shirt) benefits from the Street Kids Direct mentoing programme, to keep him off the streets and to stay in school and make positive life choices. Funds have been used to help pay for his school, his school books and uniform. He and 50 other children in Guatemala can attend the mentoring centre everyday thanks to the funds raised on Radio Christmas.
Thanks to your support real lives are being impacted.