28 December 2019

Chance for Childhood - tune in to our BBC Radio 4 appeal this Christmas

There are only a few days left of 2019, but our year isn’t over yet. On the 29th December, Chance for Childhood will be broadcasting an appeal on BBC Radio 4 and we would love you to tune in!

Earlier this year, freelance journalist and former BBC correspondent Mark Doyle visited our work with children with disabilities in Rwanda. Mark saw first-hand the impact your support has, funding and training Learning Support Assistants to provide specialist one-to-one support to children with disabilities so they can attend mainstream schools.

No child should spend Christmas hidden away because of their disability. Written and read by Mark, our appeal will highlight the importance of ensuring that every child has access to the education they deserve to get the best start in life.

So please do tune in! You can listen on Radio 4 (that’s 92-95 FM, or online) at 07:54 and 21:25 on Sunday 29th December. 

In the meantime, learn more about our appeal and listen to Mark tell us why he wanted to do the appeal on our website by clicking here.

Best wishes this Christmas period and I hope you enjoy the broadcast.

 Did you catch the Chance for Childhood appeal on Radio 4? If not, you can catch up on the BBC iPlayer now! We believe that no child should be hidden away because of their disability and the appeal highlights how all children should have an education. 
Click here to listen now.

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