be.OKA are delighted to announce their forthcoming event, The Throwback:
Post Event Update
25 October 2016
As One Kind Act continues to grow from strength to strength, so has our desire to get all generations of supporters involved. That’s why we launched be.OKA - a part of OKA that wants to inspire the young crowd to live and give together!
On the 14th October this year, be.OKA had its launch event at Shutterbug in Shoreditch. The venue were unsure whether we would be able to sell enough tickets to hit the minimum spend and were further worried when we told them that we’d be starting at 7:30 and finishing at 2am - well, this is how we got on.
People started to trickle in a little after 7:30 and by 9pm the venue was already looking full. We had the sounds of iAmrisha warming the crowd up before DJ Sachy took over to see us through the night. Outside, the covered garden was full of people chatting, doing shisha and consuming plenty of shots (in the name of charity, of course). By the time we finished, over 150 be.OKA-ers had sold out and filled out the entire venue. In fact, we had to extend the night to 3am because so many people were still enjoying themselves at 2 (it would have gone on longer if some had their way, but an end had to put to this madness!).
Thanks to all those that came and help us raise £2,453.40 to support our cause. This is just the first of what we hope becomes a regular gathering of be.OKA supporters across a variety of events!
Welcome to our next Youth event as the debut of be.OKA !
be.OKA continue the ethos of One Kind Act of living and giving by running its awesome youth (in mind and not age!) activities, fundraisers and parties while raising money for One Kind Act.
Please join us for our next and last party event of 2016:
Friday 14 October 2016 (7.30pm - 03.00am)
old & new school beats
food, garden, games & more...
1 Rivington Place
£20 (includes free drink)
Hope to see you there.
Alisha, Kurran, Karun and Amar
About One Kind Act
One Kind Act Changes Communities and lives of others globally who suffer as a result of Poverty of Health, Nutrition and Education and may have Fallen Through The Net of the larger charities. Learn More here