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Stars come out to perform for Global’s Make Some Noise Night

Last night, Tom Grennan, Charlie Puth, Sam Ryder and Olly Murs joined Global’s presenters for the charity gala night.

Chart-topping BRIT-nominated musician Tom Grennan; multi-platinum hit singer-songwriter Charlie Puth, multi-award-winner and Eurovision star Sam Ryder, and one of the UK’s most popular singers and entertainers Olly Murs, took to the stage at The Londoner hotel in Leicester Square to perform in front of almost 400 special guests.

Heart, Capital, Smooth, Classic FM, LBC, Radio X and Gold all came together to raise much-needed funds for small charities providing crucial services, including food banks, mental health and domestic abuse helplines, carer support, homeless shelters, community projects and employment programmes.

Presenters including Heart’s Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden, Ashley Roberts, JK and Kelly Brook, and Pandora Christie; Capital’s Roman Kemp and Marvin Humes; Classic FM’s Alexander Armstrong and Charlotte Hawkins; Classic FM and Smooth’s Myleene Klass; LBC’s Nick Ferrari and James O’Brien, The News Agents’ Jon Sopel, and Radio X’s Johnny Vaughan all gave their support on the night.

Now its seventh year, the star-studded event raised £1,031,502 for Global’s Make Some Noise. For the first time, Barclaycard was the payment partner, with all money raised on the night going to the charity.

Stephen Miron, Group CEO of Global, said: “To raise more than £1 million for Global’s Make Some Noise in one night is fantastic and I feel incredibly proud of what we have achieved. It means that we have raised almost £30 million and supported 441 projects across 331 charities since Global’s Make Some Noise was created in 2014.

“A massive thank you to our superstar music artists Tom Grennan, Charlie Puth, Sam Ryder and Olly Murs, our good friends from the world of music and entertainment, and the entire Global family for their support and generosity.

“We know that thousands of people across the UK are facing extremely tough circumstances, so through the projects and small charities that we support and champion, we can and will make a lasting difference to their lives.”

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