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UK Clubs To Donate Share Of Bar Profits To War Child
Christian Eede , April 27th, 2023 16:06

More than 30 venues will take part as part of War Child's Right To Dance initiative

A number of UK clubs are set to donate a share of their bar profits from this weekend to War Child.

Taking place as part of the UK charity's Right To Dance initiative, the scheme will see more than 30 venues give a percentage of bar profits as well as guestlist donations to War Child in order to support the charity's work to help children in conflict zones around the world. fabric, Corsica Studios, Phonox, EartH, Brixton Electric, WIRE, Village Underground and Patterns are among the clubs taking part in the initiative. Find a full list of participating venues here.

War Child has also released a limited edition T-shirt in collaboration with Everpress and Indonesian artist Muhammad Fatchurofi, from which all profits from sales will go to the charity. Everpress will also donate an additional £1 for every item sold. The T-shirts can be purchased here.