With the Ebola outbreak causing so much suffering, Edinburgh residents are being urged to attend and give at a local charity night set to be held at Club Serenity on December 14th.
The Club has decided that a night of fun, entertainment and dancing will help lift spirits along with getting much needed funds raised to help those in need.
Kyle Cross, Manager of Club Serenity told the Envoy
“The staff at the club felt that we needed to give something back to the community, especially with Christmas so soon. The Ebola outbreak has left many families in need and so we decided all profits should go to charities helping them”
The night has been given support by charities including the Woman’s homeless shelters.
Dave Chapman of the Helping Hands Charity praised the clubs efforts
“It is excellent to see local businesses and residents coming together to help raise vital funds and awareness. We hope that this charitable change within Edinburgh continues to grow and that we can all reap the benefits that it brings to the city”
Tickets are available from the club and any donations are very welcome.