Celtic Music Radio is not-for-profit licensed community radio station. We rely on the support of our community of interest and listeners to help us meet our running costs.
It costs £1,500 per month to bring you our unique blend of music, social gain and individual presenters. A small donation of £5 per month will help us bring you the music and features you love 365 days a year.
If you are in the UK, please also fill out a “Gift Aid” form – it makes your donation worth 25% more.
You can make a donation to Celtic Music Radio in the following ways:
Donate by texting CELT22 £10* to 70070 (*Please enter the amount you wish to donate)
Via BT MyDonate
Click on the image below to donate via BT MyDonate.
Regular Donating via PayPal
Use PayPal to set up a regular donation to Celtic Music Radio.
Choose an option below and click on Subscribe. The selected amount will be transferred to Celtic Music Radio every month. You can modify or cancel the subscription at any time via your PayPal control panel
One-Off Donation via PayPal
To donate via PayPal, simply click the button below and you will be redirected to the PayPal website. You do not need to have a PayPal account to use this option.
By Standing Order
Fill out the form and drop it into your bank.
Internet & international banking
You can also set up a Standing Order via your internet banking facility.
Please email us
for our bank details
Send us a cheque
You can also donate by sending us a cheque, made out to ‘Celtic Music Radio’ to:
Celtic Music Radio, 5th Floor West Wing, Buchanan House, 58 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow G4 0HF
Funding UK licensed Community radio
UK Community radio is licensed by broadcasting regulator Ofcom and is provided on a not-for-profit basis focusing on the delivery of specific social benefits to enrich a particular geographical community or a community of interest.
Celtic Music Radio 95 FM operates to benefit a ‘community of interest’ with a broad mix of Celtic, traditional and contemporary roots music, supporting singer-songwriters and the indigenous arts and culture and has a dedicated team of volunteers in many operational areas who present and produce programmes to an appreciative audience.
To assist in meeting its operating costs and to develop the programme service and social gain, Celtic Music Radio welcomes donations to support the ongoing development of the service.
Celtic Music Radio aims to increase support to artists and performers by showcasing more ‘live’ outside broadcasts from venues across Scotland.