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Just Radio is run for the enjoyment, education and pleasure of others. We are a Non profit Organisation, and rely on volunteers and donations to further our commitments and keep the project alive, and a little advertising on-air and on the website.
It strives to open up the world to those whom live a quiet silent world themselves. Allow them to achieve their ambitions and do what they want to do. Each presenter will have a show dedicated to music and talk, from the 60s to the present day. Being that people with ASD have their limits, but they also have things that they love and these people love music and the love to talk. People with Autism find it hard to communicate face to face also and are limited on how they communicate, and the people they communicate with, they find it easier communicating â€™one to oneâ€™ and we have found that radio is just one way that they can get their passion for speaking about a topic, or communicating though music.
It's simple to use and it's free. Since we launched in 2005, we've helped thousands of good causes raise money simply by shopping online. Our community of over 2.1 million loyal supporters has so far raised over £40 million.
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We have 4700+ retailers to choose from and so far we've raised over £40 million for thousands of community groups, schools, sports clubs, small and large charities across the UK. Easy!
Kim Cowling - 1st and 3rd Kilmacolm Guides
easyfundraising has been great for us and so easy to use. Imagine being given free money just for online shopping! Since joining we have raised over £2,200.
Over £40 million raised
2.1 million supporters
160,000 good causes
Over 4,700 shops