Hope Sounds Eternal Radiothon, 2–3 November

Hope Sounds Eternal Radiothon, 2–3 November

Hope Sounds Eternal: a song to remember them by

Music is powerful. It can express how we’re feeling, even when we can’t find the words ourselves.

You may have songs that hold a special memory of a loved one who’s died or someone who’s living with a terminal illness. The Hope Sounds Eternal radiothon is a place to share these songs and the stories behind them.

What is it?

Hope Sounds Eternal is a creative fundraising project which will bring together the music and memories that have given people comfort through their grief, or while caring for a loved one living with a terminal illness.

The songs and the stories will be played on an all-night radiothon on 2 November 2019, to raise money for Marie Curie and the vital work they do to support people at the end of their lives.

How can I get involved?

Send us a song which holds a special memory for you, along with the story behind it, and we’ll play it and share your story live on air.

Donate online: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Hopesoundseternal

Email your song and story hopesoundseternal@gmail.com or tweet to @hopesounds1. The songs will be played live on Phonic FM as part of November’s sponsored radiothon.

How can I listen?

The Radiothon will take place overnight on 2–3 November 2019, from 8pm to 10am the next day – the approximate hours of a Marie Curie nurse’s night shift.

Phonic FM has offered its studio and airwaves for the radiothon, so will receive half of all donations.

Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash.