Local Charity Support

We are pleased to announce that we are connecting with two great local charities for 51st Festival 2022: Young Barnet Foundation and Noah’s Ark.

We have over 25 years of events experience of all sizes and have an excellent reputation of liaising with local communities in which our events are situated. Each year we raise money for local charities and have raised over £30,000 across the last 6 years. The money is raised through contributions from everyone on the guest list plus contributions made via a pop up stall and charity street volunteers on the day at the festival.

We are also in communication with Young Barnet Foundation in regards to looking at placing some people via the charity at the festival so they could gain valuable work experience if they are interested in working in the music of events industry. Please see details below on the two local charities and links to how you can donate.

 Young Barnet Foundation

We help babies, children and young people with life-threatening or life-limiting conditions, and their families, make the most of every day. And we support those who die young to do so in as much comfort as possible, surrounded by family.

We are here to enable those we support to enjoy life as children, rather than as patients; as families, not just as carers.

Noah’s Ark was established by Michael McInerney following the death of a child in his close family in a local hospital. Unhappy with the options available for the child, he launched Noah’s Ark’s care for children and families in 2006 after years of fundraising.

We are now one of the UK’s leading children’s hospices, providing care for over 350 children and their families every year. We believe that every baby, child and young person who is seriously unwell, and their loved ones, should have access to expert and compassionate palliative care from the point of diagnosis. Partnering with London’s NHS trusts and social care organisations, we have built a home, a community and a team to make that difference.

Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice Barnet

We help babies, children and young people with life-threatening or life-limiting conditions, and their families, make the most of every day. And we support those who die young to do so in as much comfort as possible, surrounded by family.

We are here to enable those we support to enjoy life as children, rather than as patients; as families, not just as carers.

Noah’s Ark was established by Michael McInerney following the death of a child in his close family in a local hospital. Unhappy with the options available for the child, he launched Noah’s Ark’s care for children and families in 2006 after years of fundraising.

We are now one of the UK’s leading children’s hospices, providing care for over 350 children and their families every year. We believe that every baby, child and young person who is seriously unwell, and their loved ones, should have access to expert and compassionate palliative care from the point of diagnosis. Partnering with London’s NHS trusts and social care organisations, we have built a home, a community and a team to make that difference.

Mind in Haringey provides information, advice and support to people affected by mental health problems, primarily in Haringey. We work to prevent mental health problems, promote mental well-being and ensure those experiencing a mental health problem are respected and included in our local community.

Our vision is to help enable and support positive mental well-being, to improve lives. One in four people are affected by mental health problems in Haringey, out of a population of 225,000 that’s over 54,000 people. This includes 2,413 children and young people. There are 15,987 carers in Haringey.

We offer high-quality services to local residents seeking mental health advice and support. Our services include, counselling, advocacy and wellbeing workshops.

Mental health problems can happen to anyone and most people recover. We are committed to raising awareness of mental health issues and to tackling the stigma and discrimination that is often the biggest barrier to recovery.

We support service users in their recovery by working with patients, families, carers, children and young people, professionals, and those with undiagnosed mental health conditions.

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