It’s the perfect way to give back and hear some Christmas classics in the lead-up to the big day!
It’s been just over two weeks since Christmas FM returned to our airwaves to kick off the festive season.
While the seasonal radio station is renowned for bringing the best Christmas classics, its main goal is to raise funds for charities across Ireland.
Christmas FM’s Donation Day is its most important day and is just a week away.
On December 20th, the station will kickstart their 12-hour long festive radiothon from 7:00 am.
Until 7:00 pm, they will be on air raising vital funds for Barnardos, Barretstown, Make-A-Wish Ireland and Community Foundation Ireland through ‘The Magic of Christmas’.
Last year, this fundraising initiative saw major generosity from the public raising close to €300,000 for the charities.
From 2022 to 2024, the station’s campaign aims to raise over €1,000,000 for these children’s charities and, in a bid to maximise the impact of the funds raised, helping as many children in need as possible
Since the launch of the festive radio station in 2008, it has raised upwards of €3 million for a variety of charities nationwide.
Now, it’s in 16th year, Christmas FM is calling on people of Ireland to tune in and donate where possible.
How Do I Listen to Christmas FM?
Tune in to the magical and festive station from all over Ireland this holiday season, whether it’s singing along in the car or dancing in the kitchen.
The FM frequencies for each county are as follows:
- Cavan 92.8 FM
- Clare 105.2 FM
- Cork City, Part County 106.7 FM
- Cork North, Part County 87.7 FM
- Drogheda & Dundalk 104.2 FM
- Dublin City & County 105.2 FM
- Galway City 87.9 FM
- Kildare North 88.1 FM
- Kilkenny City 104.3 FM
- Letterkenny 106.2 FM
- Limerick City 105.5 FM
- Longford 99.8 FM
- Sligo Town 95.0 FM
- South East 103.8 FM
- Tralee/Killarney 105.0 FM
- Waterford City 105.9 FM
- Wicklow – Bray area 99.5 FM
- Wicklow – Wicklow Town 106.6 FM
Donating to ‘The Magic of Christmas’ will give the gift of childhood to those who need it the most.
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