War Child UK has launched a new fundraising platform with a focus on underground music.
The project, dubbed The Right To Dance, will “raise vital funds for War Child’s critical work assisting the safety and recovery of children affected by conflict”.
Working alongside figures from across the global dance music community, exclusive content will be offered to supporters of a subscription service (from £3 per month), with funds raised going towards supporting the charity’s work.
Among the exclusive content will be access to special events, new music and mixes, one-off merch collaborations and more, created in partnership with various artists, labels, promoters and collectives.
To mark the launch, DJ Lag has put together an exclusive DJ mix, forming the first instalment of the monthly TRTD Mix series, where members get access to the download.
Speaking about his involvement in The Right To Dance, DJ Lag said: “War Child have always understood the music space well and this specific campaign has an electronic music focus which felt like a very honest fit. Obviously the organisation is doing amazing work with children and young people around the world and to be part of those efforts is truly a privilege.
Find out more about The Right To Dance here.
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