About Radio Christmas

We are a charity radio station based in Amersham in the United Kingdom.  All those who help are volunteers and many of them are children and young people who give their time to help street-living and high-risk children enjoy a happier Christmas and a brighter future.

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             Radio Christmas could              change your business!

 

 
 
          Most prizes are only available             by sending us a text.

 

 
Listen online and on TV

Listening online is the simplest way of listening but you can also tune in on Apple TV!

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Listen on FM in the Chilterns

From the 1st to the 25th December we will be broadcasting on 87.7FM in the Chiltern area.

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Listen on your mobile

Listen with the Radio Christmas Apps available to download free as well as the iTune App.

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  • Where the money goes

    Your donation can help provide a high-risk child with a caring adult in their life who will help support them regularly, provide the resources they need to be able to go to school and ensure they are safe. Read More
  • Support the street team

    A donation of just £50 provides the materials and medical supplies the street team need for a week. Read More
  • Rescue a child from rubbish

    For only £25 we can rescue a child from a life on the rubbish dump and provide them with a place in a school. Read More
  • Provide a mentor for a child

    A gift of £100 will train a mentor and provide them with the materials they need to offer a unique relationship with a boy or girl living on the streets or living at high-risk. Read More
  • Christmas gift to a child

    Your donation of £30 will provide a Christmas present to one of the chidden in the Manuelito Children´s Home or the AFE School for the children from the rubbish dump. Read More
  • Give a child an education

    The key to helping a child and their family out of poverty is education. Your gift will help provide the quality and caring support a child at risk needs for the new school term in January. Read More
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