Please join us on Friday 29th March 2019 from 20.00 at the Rainbow Junktion Cafe, All Hallows Church, 24 Regent Terrace, Leeds, LS6 1NP.The Rainbow Junktion Community Cafe will be hosting our 2nd fundraising dinner to support people seeking asylum.
Reserve your tickets here.
We’ll be serving up a delicious 3-course vegan meal and an evening of entertainment, including compering from Leeds finest feminist comedian, Rosie Dent-Spargo and live music.
Tickets costs £15 [£10 unwaged/students]. A number of free places have also been reserved for local people seeking asylum from the event. Your money will go far, to very good causes. All proceeds will be split between Migrant Offshore Aid (approx 35%) Harmony choir (35%) to support their choir members seeking asylum), the church venue (15%; leaky roof) and the cafe (15%; which supports the Hyde Park community including people seeking asylum and cooks up delicious food waste).
Dessert will be served before 22.00, so if you need to dash off don’t worry, but you can also stick around to enjoy the night. The profits from the bar will also go to the fundraiser, but if you prefer you can BYOB.
This is a CASH ONLY event, so don’t forget to bring money on the night. (nearest cash machine is a 10 minute walk).
—For those cannot attend but would like to support—
Please consider donating to the raffle, all proceeds of which will go to the fundraiser. Suggested items are alcohol, confectionery, home decor etc, but anything will be very gratefully received. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have anything you would like to donate.
You can also donate money directly to the fundraiser by sending any amount through Paypal. We will use this to stock the bar, with all money made from drink sales + anything extra being redirected back into the fundraiser. Please send these donations to email@example.com with a clear description, such as ‘Asylum Fundraiser’.
Thank you so much for whatever support you are able to give!
—-About the venue &supporters —-
Rainbow Junktion is a community cafe that intercepts food that would otherwise go to waste from supermarkets, restaurants and a number of other sources, and turns it into healthy, nutritious meals for anyone and everyone on a pay-as-you-feel donation basis. The aims of the cafe continue to be to reduce food waste, feed hungry people and build community – http://rainbowjunktion.org.uk
Some members of Gay Abandon Community Choir will also be supporting the event.
—-Main recepients of the event—-
Migrant Offshore Aid – an international search and rescue (SAR) NGO designed to provide desperately-needed SAR services to people attempting dangerous sea crossings while fleeing violence, poverty and persecution. https://www.moas.eu/
Harmony Choir – a lively, cross-community choir that has grown into a vibrant, committed and friendly group, performing several times a year at local events across the city and beyond. https://harmonychoir.org.
Reserve your tickets here.