Girl Up Ikhtiyar, an organisation affiliated with the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up initiative, recently hosted an extraordinary fundraising event called ‘Spookshow.’ This event, held at Bella Vie Cafe in Champa Gali on October 30th, had a noble purpose: to raise funds under United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees’s (UNRWA) ‘Gather For Gaza’ campaign. The funds will be directed to various organisations providing aid to the victims.
‘Spookshow’ was a testament to the power of art and unity in making a positive impact on the world. The event drew a significant crowd of supporters, artists, and members who gathered at Bella Vie Cafe to demonstrate their solidarity with the people of Gaza and contribute to this critical humanitarian cause.
The heart of ‘Spookshow’ was the captivating performances by a diverse array of artists, each leaving a unique mark on the event. The Rumoured Project from Kamla Nehru College set the stage for a day of entertainment and compassion. Chetan Sanmotra shared his musical talents, creating a memorable atmosphere. Arjun Rana added to the artistic journey with his soulful performance, and Ansh Basoya, a talented poet, touched hearts with his evocative spoken word poetry. Dhruv Chaurasia showcased his musical prowess, connecting with the audience, while Karnish ended the show with a remarkable act, leaving a lasting impression on all. Eshita also contributed to the event with her soulful songs, adding a beautiful musical element to the evening.
While these artists enthralled the audience, ‘Spookshow’ did more than just entertain. It successfully raised a substantial amount of funds to support UNRWA’s ongoing Gather for Gaza campaign, emphasising the importance of coming together as a community to address global issues, promote gender equality, and support those in need.
‘Spookshow’ exemplified how art, compassion, and unity can bring about positive change, offering hope and assistance to those who require it the most. This fundraiser under the UNRWA campaign aims to support various organisations providing relief to victims in the conflict. If you want to contribute to this cause, donations are still being accepted. You can head to our page for the donation link, ensuring your support for a brighter and more equitable future for all.