Unity Charity is proud to present the 2nd Annual Hip Hop Charity Party on January 17, 2019 at Revival. This fundraising jam will kick off 2019 with a hot show full of local hip hop artists and a DJ soundclash battle, with all proceeds used to grow Unity’s arts education and mental health programs.
In a recent study it was determined that Unity’s free, arts-based approach improves the mental health and resiliency of over 70% of youth program participants, bringing them towards healthy benchmarks. Through Unityprograms and workshops, youth participants learn to express their feelings, develop healthy coping skills and overcome adversity.
Unity’s Hip Hop Charity Party is an annual event to raise funds for the Unitycause, and support an organization that works with youth from underserved communities. The party will also mark the one year anniversary of Rebecca Harrison as Unity’s Executive Director.
Hosted by Phade and Keysha Freshh, The Hip Hop Charity Party will include performances by Nathan Baya, Realije, and Rebels De La Soul. The Hip Hop Charity Party will also include a soundclash battle featuring DJs WAVGODS, Abs & Cheffy, Ace Dillinger & Karim Olen Ash, Andy BBad & M4RS, and Berma & DJ Lewy V.
Unity Charity uses hip hop to improve young people’s lives, creating healthier communities. With a strong focus on improving mental health and well-being, Unity empowers youth with the confidence and skills for success. By focusing its efforts in various communities across Ontario, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, and Northern Alberta, Unity engages a diverse group of young individuals who build resiliency, learn to appreciate the power of community, and gain awareness of mental health resources available to them.
Unity Hip Hop Charity Party
Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 7:30pm
Revival Night Club, 783 College Street
Tickets are $35,
including hors d’oeuvres and a charitable tax receipt
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