Legacy 90.1FM Partners
Sponsors and Funders
Community Radio Fund
Ofcom is a Legacy 90.1FM partner. They funded our Business Manager post and helped us with rent and utilities funding during the pandemic. They have been a long term supporter of Legacy 90.1FM and are our regulatory body.
Go Fund Me
In 2021 donors contributed to our Love Legacy - Recovery Campaign and raised £4127 to help us survive the Covid pandemic and resurrect our community work.
Manchester City Council
Manchester City Council's Covid Impact Fund is paying for 16 weeks of talk shows to discuss how the pandemic has affected people, especially the Black communities around our station base.
Local Connections Fund
The Local Connections Fund paid for interactive shows to talk about the effects of the pandemic. This led us to create the Let's Talk project.
Caribbean and African Health Network (CAHN)
We worked in partnership with the Caribbean and African Health Network to promote key messages during the pandemic.
Here's a list of all the companies and organisations that have advertised on Legacy 90.1FM in the past 12 months. We thank all of these caring companies and organisations for choosing to advertise with our community radio station.
- Blacka Group
- Greater Manchester Police
- Manchester Metropolitan University
- Louise Da Cocodia Trust
- Richie & Nikki Ltd
- Stefan Davis - The Tale of the Fatherless film
- Non Stop Media Hub
- T.A.P. Project
- Manchester International Festival
- Wat Edge Art
- Windrush Caribbean
- Big People Communication
- Trafford Housing Trust
- Can Survive
- J N Money Service
- UMS Events
- Assist and Care
- African and Caribbean Mental Health Service
Manchester Carnival Together CIC is the team that organises the annual Manchester Caribbean Carnival. Three of Legacy901 CIC's directors are on the Manchester Carnival Together CIC team and they are working hard to take the Carnival back to its island roots this year. Manchester Caribbean Carnival is 50 this year and the event on the 13th and 14th August will be bigger, brighter, more colourful and more traditional than it has been in a long time.