Zero Radio Presenter & DJ Paul Kidley Is A Charity Machine!
If Paul is not caught cycling 550km across Vietnam, or in a boxing ring at a charity sports night, then you will catch him organising soul music events in the name of charity for local and international organisations. The energy from within drives Paul continuously and why you may ask?
His simple and humble reply is ‘because I can’.
Paul has raised individually a whopping £100, 000 and over £1millon as a member of various charity teams including Team Mitsubishi Electric and continues to drive or cycle along by combining his passion for djing soul music helping towards raising worthy funds.
Under the title of ‘The Overdose Of Joy’ Paul, along side a support team offer their time from marketing events, behind the scenes working with top UK soul DJ’s to ensure the running of each event goes to plan. The backbone of the event is the persistency of Paul and his passion to make each charity event right and of course to raise the very much needed funds.
Sam Green, co presenter on their radio show on Sundays at 1pm (UK) Happily organised an award in form of a ‘gold disc’ on behalf of the dj team who felt it was a little way of saying thank you for the support that Paul has given towards the charities. As well as over 250 audience having a tear in their eyes, each DJ offered their thoughts and emotions about the efforts of his charity fund raisers.
The events, Originally starting its early days as a charity night supporting organisations such as Save The Children, Breast Cancer Research and more, have now quickly become a favourable event among the 30 plus.
The Overdose Of Joy Soul Nights are held at The Top Meadow Golf Club, where recently Paul organised a ‘Alldayer’ for two charities, The Indie Rose Trust and Joni’s Army and a watch out for the Christmas special.
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