London Riots Variety Night Fundraiser

Fundraising Night for Street Kids Rescue


Variety Night Fundraiser, Chiswick Town Hall, Heathfield Terrace,
Turnham Green,
W4 4JN

Saturday 10th September 7:00pm-10:30pm


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Duncan Mundell, Clapham Junction businessman (owner of Party Superstore which was burnt down during the London riots), and founder of registered charity Street Kids Rescue, will be hosting a Variety Night Fundraiser at Chiswick Town Hall on Saturday 10th September 7:00pm-10:30pm to raise urgent funds to continue to support basic care, education and health initiatives in South East Asia. The Variety Night Fundraiser has the support of the local community and council.

Since the destruction of his Clapham Junction business, Duncan Mundell has struggled to inject funds into his charity as profits usually earmarked for Street Kids Rescue are now being directed to cover stock replacement and staffing costs. It is hoped that the Variety Night Fundraiser will help generate income for the charity by bringing together members of the community who will receive a night’s entertainment from an array of performers, including musical acts Woman-E and Air Guitar UK band Aerosmith. The ‘Coach With the Hat’, Elliot Kay, will compere the evening and special guests include Miss Commonwealth Jasmine Johnson and ITV comedian Harry Hill. The evening will consist of an auction and raffle of high profile brand prizes, some of which include; iPad2, Salmanazar of champagne, YooMoo frozen yoghurt, unique experiences such as rides in supercars Ferrari, Lamborghini, rare signed memorabilia by celebrities; Torres, Freddy Mercury, Elvis Presley, Darth Vader actor Dave Prowse, Dannii Minogue, McFly, JLS and Pixie Lott and original artwork by Cambodian orphans.

“What many people do not realize is that the riots have not only affected people here [in London] but now there are literally thousands of children and young people on the other side of the world which this has impacted upon”
- Mirela Mustafic, employee at Party Superstore

“I have had tremendous support from the community and I truly appreciate their kind words and well wishes. In order to keep the charity going, I also need financial help so I am inviting everyone to please come and support us. I can promise 100% of money raised will go directly to the kids and you will have a wonderful evening”
– Duncan Mundell, Owner of Party Superstore and Founder of Street Kids Rescue

The Variety Night Fundraiser is anticipated to continue to draw further high profile sponsorship and guest appearances. SKY TV and BBC will be in attendance. Guest list donations are £25. Raffle tickets are £5 each or £20 for 5. Donations to book a place for the Variety Night Fundraiser can be made in advance online, via bank transfer or cheque.

September 5, 2011