Q Radiothon Raises £96,000

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Q Radiothon Raises £96k


We’re absolutely delighted that Q Radio‘s inaugural Q Radiothon has raised an amazing £96,000!

The funds will be split equally between the four beneficiary charities, Cancer Fund for Children, Action Cancer, Friends of the Cancer Centre and Marie Curie.

As well as taking over the Q Radio airwaves for three days, the campaign included other fundraising initiatives such as big brunches, dress down days, and numerous on-air presenter challenges.


Together We Did

We are so grateful to the people of Northern Ireland for getting behind the campaign, and generously donating to help support local people across Northern Ireland living with cancer, and life-limiting illnesses.

Managing Director and Head of Programmes Robert Walshe commented:

“When we all sat around a table in September of last year and discussed the Q Radiothon concept for the first time I knew immediately that we were about to embark on something very special.

From then until now it has been a joy to watch the four leading cancer and end of life charities work together to ensure the inaugural Q Radiothon was a complete success.

“On behalf of all four charities and Q Radio, I would like to thank all of our stakeholders who gave their time, resources and enthusiasm so freely. Q Radiothon would not have been possible without them.

“We never doubted the generosity of the Northern Ireland public and we would like to thank them all for their support over what was an incredible three days. Our mantra was Together We Can and I can safely say Together We Did!”

To find out more about Q Radiothon, click here.

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