Nottingham label Pond Life Party is auctioning its DJ Mag Best Of British award in aid of rehab centre

Nottingham label Pond Life Party is auctioning its DJ Mag Best Of British award in aid of rehab centre

Nottingham label Pond Life Party is raising money for a local rehabilitation centre by auctioning off its DJ Mag Best Of British award. 

The Midlands bass outfit took a runner-up spot in the Breakthrough Label category, up against winners fabric Originals, at the December awards ceremony. Now they’re hosting a raffle on Crowdfunder and using the award to fundraise for The Carpenter’s Arms, a Loughborough grassroots rehabilitation centre to support men with severe drug and alcohol addiction. 

“They have a 89% success rate for getting their residents sober and into full time employment after completing their 6 month rehabilitation programme”, PLP wrote in the campaign description. “One of my best friends has recently completed the 6 month rehabilitation course at The Carpenters Arms and has had his life changed forever.”

Entry into the raffle costs as little as £1, with increasing prize draw donation tiers available. So far they’re raised £745 of their £1,000 goal. The winner will be announced via Instagram Live on 15th April.

Support and enter the raffle here, and see Pond Life Party’s post in full below.

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