Bubble Club, a collaborative enterprise for people with and without learning difficulties to run their own accessible club nights in East London, has started a crowdfunding campaign to avoid closure, following budget cuts in the borough of Tower Hamlets.
Aiming for a target of just over thirty thousand pounds, it’s operating costs for the next year, Bubble Club has been operating for the last thirteen with a mission to put on ‘top-quality, undiluted club nights that are accessible to everybody and promote the positive value of people with learning disabilities in our society.’
With the London mayor now pledging £13,500 the campaign has exceeded its target with 37 days left.
To donate visit their Spacehive page.
For more information on Bubble Club, visit their website.
We are over the moon with the £13,500 support from @MayorofLondon AND we have had 14 new backers this morning too! Thank you to everyone that has backed the bubble. Every pledge helps us towards our goal of providing more high quality inclusive nightlife #CrowdfundLDN— Bubble Club (@BubbleClub) October 26, 2018
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