Cadbury, Coca-Cola And An Post Confirmed As Christmas FM Sponsors
Cadbury, Coca-Cola and An Post have been confirmed as this years Christmas FM, which will return to the airwaves on Thursday, 28 November 2019 at 1pm. The radio station which raises hundreds of tho...
Cadbury, Coca-Cola and An Post have been confirmed as this years Christmas FM, which will return to the airwaves on Thursday, 28 November 2019 at 1pm.
The radio station which raises hundreds of thousands of euro for deserving charities every year, is funded by sponsorship, this means that 100% of donations raised by Christmas FM will be passed to the chosen charity.
The money raised will be donated to Barretstown, to rebuild the lives of seriously ill children.
The services provided to all of the children and families who attend Barretstown are entirely free of charge, so donations and fundraising efforts are vital for the charity to help more seriously ill children to experience the magic of Barretstown each year.
“We’re all about Sending Love through cards and parcels to family and friends at home and abroad this Christmas. Supporting Christmas FM is a very special part of our countdown to Christmas," said Garrett Bridgeman, managing director, An Post Mails & Parcels.
Ria Rianti, brand manager at Cadbury added: "The countdown to Christmas would not be the same without Christmas FM and we at Cadbury can’t wait to tune in next week!”
“Coca-Cola is a brand so synonymous with Christmas and we can’t wait to start spreading the Christmas spirit across the island of Ireland," said Petre Sandru, country manager of Coca-Cola Ireland.
Christmas FM will broadcast from the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin, who has kindly given the studio space for free.
Christmas FM will be celebrating its 12th year on air this year and, since it began broadcasting, has raised just under €2 million a range of charities including Temple Street, Sightsavers, ISPCC, Barnardos, Simon, Age Action, Aware, Make-A-Wish and Focus Ireland.
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