This Thursday (9th November), some of the brightest young DJs in dance music will perform at Turnmills in London, for a special fund-raising club night.
Involved, a US-based company run by a group of volunteers, has organised the event to raise money for charity UNICEF.
It forms part of the company's ongoing commitment to get clubbers and dance music fans involved in fund-raising.
"We've got some great talent performing on the night," said Steve Coe, Involved's founder.
"It's our first big event in London, and we're looking forward to it."
Over $50,000 US has already been raised by Involved, who has in the past, come up with innovative and exciting ways to raise money through dance music projects.
"Involved is now getting so big, that we need to start hiring people full-time," commented Steve, who also happens to be DJ Sasha's dad.
"We're just proud to be able to raise awareness for UNICEF, and the charity really likes us, because we're so wacky and different to their other fund-raisers."
Clubbers wishing to attend Involved will have to donate a minimum of £5 to get into Turnmills, which is a bargain considering that all the DJs are playing for free.
Involved @ Turnmills
63b Clerkenwell Road, London
Thursday 9th November
9pm – 4am
Minimum £5 donation
Visit www.involvedevents.com for more info.