UK Club Motion Bristol To Hold Fundraiser Event For Turkey-Syria Earthquakes

On April 1, 2023, Motion Bristol, one of the UK’s hottest clubs, is hosting a fundraiser with the Red Cross to support those affected by the Turkey-Syria earthquakes.

The proceeds of the event will go towards the families of the over 47,000 people who tragically lost their lives as a result of the earthquakes in addition to supporting the thousands more who were impacted by damages to buildings, hospitals, roads, and infrastructure in recent weeks.

The British Red Cross Turkey-Syria Earthquake Appeal will use the funds to distribute essentials like food, water, and blankets, and to set up temporary shelters.

Motion will host sets from hot UK stars including Redlight, Royal T, Champion, Subshift and a very special guest yet to be announced.

George Thoburn, Head of Marketing & Programming Manager at Motion, said about the event, “We will always strive to use our resources and platform to help raise money and awareness for important causes such as this, whether it’s on a local or global scale. Motion wants to support communities in every way we can, as we strongly believe community and togetherness are what raving is all about.”

Tickets are a £5 minimum donation here, but there is an option to donate more at checkout.

Those who cannot attend but still wish to donate can do so here.

Featured image from Motion Bristol

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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