Manchester, News

Partying With A Purpose comes to Manchester

0 102


Humanity Hallows Issue 4 Out Now!
Pick up your copy on campus or read online.

By Connor Cooper
Image: LoveDisco

Party With A Purpose is a new enterprise set up by students to provide a place for individuals looking for creative ways to raise money for charity, while enriching their CVs.

On Thursday 10th November, Party With A Purpose (PWAP), a group of students from Manchester Metropolitan University, will combine music, dancing and charity at a brand new LoveDisco event at The Deaf Institute, Manchester.

PWAP and LoveDisco partner with the registered charity Love Support Unite, who work alongside communities in Malawi to help bring about sustainable solutions to the problems of poverty in order to create lasting, significant and measurable change. The charity targets its work on areas in these communities such as: education; enterprise opportunities; access to clean water and health education and medical checks.

Love Support Unite’s usual source of charitable income is through Love Specs. These are heart shaped glasses that refract all light into rainbow love hearts; they have been sold at festivals in the UK and abroad for the last four years in order to fuel the incredible work that Love Support Unite do in Malawi.

LoveDisco 001 takes place on Thursday 10th November at 11pm at The Deaf Institute. If you are interested in getting involved, contact LoveDisco via Facebook, or email

About the author / 

Humanity Hallows

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More News Stories:

  • Album review: Seagoth – How to Stay Wide Awake

    Featured image: Seagoth “This album is dedicated to all of the people who can’t take a day off from themselves, to the people who have to face their greatest fears every single day – and to all the pain we feel, may we heal”. – Seagoth on How to Stay Wide Awake. While studying music…

  • Is This Thing On: Feminist theatre with a twist comes to Contact

    Featured image: So La Flair Theatre Ellie Campbell and Megan Keaveney graduated last year from Manchester Theatre School. The pair met at a house party in their first year, where Ellie was standing on a table singing her heart out to Florence and the Machine. Megan locked eyes with her and knew they would be…

  • Jungkook’s Top 5 Solo Tracks: An Exploration into the BTS Stars Musical Odyssey

    Featured image: PA As members of BTS embark on their military services, South Korean singer and songwriter Golden Maknae Jungkook is taking a venture into his new solo journey. Jungkook is celebrated for his outstanding stage presence and vocal ability to traverse different genres. With the discovery of his new upcoming album Golden, including 11…

  • Manchester Fashion Institute Fashion Spotlight: Showcasing MFI’s young emerging talent and innovative artists

    Featured image and photography: Nathan Cutler aAh! Magazine highlights the up-and-coming talent of Manchester Fashion Institute (MFI) students this spring, introducing the young artists and designers who are sharing unique, creative and innovative work. Our MFI Fashion Spotlight focuses on three second-year Fashion Art Direction students who are taking part in the university-led project titled…