We're Supporting Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers

For a month of Saturday’s, our guests will be asked to donate to a vital local charity

We’ve been part of the Southwark community for twenty-five years.

As a dance music establishment, Ministry of Sound has been lucky to make a home in Elephant and Castle. We’ve been welcomed by the borough, and in return we’ve welcomed ravers from all over the world to our club. 

Keeping an eye on what’s going on outside of SE1 is important to us, which is why we’re proud to be supporting a charity who have played a massive part in welcoming another part of the global community to Southwark.

Image from an exhibition at the Horniman Museum run in conjunction with SDCAS

Celebrating its 20th year in the borough, the Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers helps people from all over the world, offering services like language lessons, financial advice and crucial support for those with children. With clients from countries including Sudan, Syria and Eritrea, it needs funding to allow it to help society’s most vulnerable.

We want to recognise the hard work of this vital local charity by dedicating a month of Saturday’s to fundraising. We’re asking guest listers to donate a minimum of £5 in order to gain entrance to the club, directing requests to our Just Giving page.  Attendees are asked to sign their name as they donate, so we know you’ve paid.

As soon as you’re down on that list, you’re down on ours.

We look forward to welcoming everyone on the dancefloor.

Please see https://www.justgiving.com/info/terms-of-service/ for terms and conditions regarding your charity contribution.

Photo by Nana Varveropoulou

12 May 2016