Carl Cox is using his considerable influence to help launch a text to donate initiative with charity music foundation Last Night A DJ Save My Life (LNADJ) in support of children in conflict zones via War Child.
The donation initiative is part of LNADJ’s fundraising campaign that will see all donations given to War Child to support some of the world’s most vulnerable children.
"As an ambassador of ‘Last Night a DJ Saved My Life’, I am really excited to support this amazing competition focusing on children in conflict zones around the world," explained the legendary techno DJ.
As well as the fundraising initiative, the campaign has seen a nationwide DJ competition taking place with Holly Louise from Nazering, Essex winning the opportunity DJ in support of Carl Cox at the House The House event at the House of Commons on May 11th, she will be the first and youngest female DJ to play in the House of Commons.
Every person who donates £5 by texting ‘OHYES’ to 70660 will be entered into a prize draw to meet, greet and dance to Carl Cox at the House The House event at the House of Commons, with the winner selected on May 7th.
The event follows the ground-breaking launch of ‘House the House’ in 2013, where Fatboy Slim and competition winner Bryce Fury made history by becoming the first DJs to play in the House of Commons.
More details on the three month campaign and other prizes can be found here.
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