Want to raise some money to help displaced people in Syria? Now you can!
Techfugees and Syria Relief are working together with Requiem for Aleppo- an original dance performance that will be shown at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, on 23rd April.
We are live streaming the event, and we want to leverage the power of the internet to raise thousands!
So how can you help?
You can help by organising viewings of the live stream- in your offices, at a local bar, at a university, at home, or even on a beach somewhere!
All you need to do is:
1. Decide where you’d like to do it, getting permission if necessary
2. Email us to let us know where you’re doing it, and how many tickets you want to create
3. We will then create a ‘’ticket’’, purchasable via donation, on eventbrite for the people who attend.
4. Tell as many people as possible, via email, social media, and face to face
On the day, we will send you the private live stream link, so you can watch the performance.
We want people to share pics, video clips, tweets and Facebook posts of their shows, so we can create a real buzz around the event, with the hashtag #requiem4aleppo.
You will need:
-A decent internet connection
-(Ideally) a projector (but a big screen would be OK, too)
If you’d like to participate, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note you do NOT need a fancy location. We want as many people to participate as possible.
After the event, all the money donated via eventbrite and the ticket sales at Sadler’s Wells will be added up, and we will let you know how your money has been spent to improve the lives of displaced people in Syria!
However, some of you may want to get bigger locations, and even get corporate sponsorship. If so, email email@example.com to set this up. We have a separate, official document to help set this up.
Tom Hayton, Creative Director, Techfugees