Viner and Facebook video legend Jack Jones is known for winding the general public up for laughs; but that doesn’t mean the prankster doesn’t have a big ol’ heart of gold.
Working with radio station Capital XTRA this week as a part of their “Make Some Noise” campaign, Jack has taken to the streets of London and gotten strangers to join him in making some pretty specific noises – mostly imitating animals – all in the name of charity.
Making the public do animal noises for Globals make some noise…Making the public do animal noises for Global’s Make Some Noise
Posted by Jack Jones TV on Monday, 5 October 2015
What better reason to convince the general public to make a fool of themselves than for a good cause?
Global’s Make Some Noise helps give a voice to smaller charities across the UK who otherwise have a harder time of making their causes heard. Capital XTRA break down just some of the good work that donating can help support:
- Just £14 can fund the cost of a children’s hospice nurse for an hour.
- £27 pays for an Occupational Therapist to spend an hour with a young person, helping them to recover from physical and mental illnesses.
- £40 pays for a music therapy session for a child with severe and complex needs, which can help with their listening and co-ordination skills.
You can find out more at MakeSomeNoise.com. Go Jack!