Manchester charity High Five announces special party to raise money for the victims of the arena attack to be held at Black Dog Ballroom NQ Bunker
High Five is a charity event founded by Andrew Scott. Since its inception in 2010, they have raised over £20,000 for various causes, including Macmillan, Save the Children and various Mancunion charities.
‘Raving for a reason’ is High Five’s latest charitable initiative and consists of a ticketed parties hosted at a Manchester with 100% all the proceeds going towards the selected charity.
For their next ‘raving for a reason’ event, The Bunker at Black Dog Ballroom NQ will be hosting High Five on Saturday 25th November in aid of a family severely affected by the attack at Manchester Arena.The Warehouse Project residents Krysko and Greg Lord will be joined by one half of AudioJack, James Rial, who will be flying in from Ibiza just to play this event.
Back in May our city was rocked by an incident that would change the lives of many forever. One of those people was Martin Hibbert who was left paralysed from the waist down. His resilience in such dire circumstances is inspirational, and as a token of their support, High Five decided to help Martin and his family with the more practical adjustments they are going to need to make in his home.
Running from 10:00 – 04:00 am on Saturday 25th November, tickets are available at a standard price of £10 per ticket, or £25 with a bottle of Prosecco – with all proceeds going to Martin Hibbert and his family.
Rave for a Reason
Saturday 25th November – Black Dog Ballroom NQ
Black Dog Ballroom NQ, 52 Church St, Manchester M4 1PW
0161 233 4031