Fundraising: Ways you can support us

There are many ways you or your company can help support BRIDGEfm Hospital Radio. We are a 100% voluntary organisation and are a registered Scottish Charity. However, in order to keep providing our service to the patients, we need to keep raising funds.

Many of our costs are fixed, such as the licences to operate three FM transmitters, but others are not. Equipment has to be maintained and repaired or replaced as necessary. We also have to try and keep our music library up-to-date so that we can play the tracks requested by patients on our nightly Request Programme.

If you think you or your company can help BRIDGEfm Hospital Radio in other ways, such as a donation or an offer of space for a fund-raising roadshow then please get in touch.

Your support will be acknowledged on-air and on this website in the 'Station supporters' section which will be launched very soon.

Programme sponsorship

BRIDGEfm can offer programme sponsorship to allow you or your company to be associated with this well-known charity.

We broadcast on 87.7fm 24 hours a day. This means that patients and visitors are able to hear our service using standard FM radios. In addition we also broadcast across Tayside and North Fife on DAB Digital Radio for 40 hours a week and this service has a potential audience of some 430,000 listeners.

There are no fixed prices for sponsorship and neither are you restricted to individual programmes. Perhaps you may wish to sponsor all of our Request Programmes, a specific part of the day, a full day or certain individual programmes or features. Whatever you are looking for we can tailor a package to suit your needs and will take care of all of the production work so that your company can be heard to be supporting Dundee's Hospital Radio station.

Programme sponsors have included 203020 taxis, Ardler School of Motoring, DP&L Travel, Fat Sams, McGill Electrical, Redwood Leisure, Scottish and Southern Energy and Weaver's Mill Restaurant.

To discuss Programme Sponsorship in more detail please contact our Working Group

To contact us in any other way please view our Contacts page