On Sept 15th 2017 Capadi Rebels invited Ibiza Loves Ears & Last Night A DJ Saved My Life Foundation into their ‘Rebels Cave’. Collectively they hosted a charity night to help deaf children in a developing country.

Capadi Rebels their ‘Rebels Cave’ celebrated the first year with a full summer residency in Sankeys Ibiza. Entertainment, free vegetarian food, a mix of musical styles, a hippy market and consciousness are pillars for this concept to bring a fresh vibe into Playa d’n Bossa’s night life. During these months a collaboration with the Ibicencan born consciousness campaign Ibiza Loves Ears came to life. The campaign serves a platform to inform, to educate and to help people with knowledge about hearing damage caused by music. To create more impact Joost Toast, the founder of Ibiza Loves Ears, asked Jonny Lee, founder of Last Night A DJ Saved My Life Foundation, to join forces. Both organisations took over the Boutique to play funky music on save sound levels, while information was present and donations were shared in a special box. Also from every sold ticket at the door, Capadi Rebels was donating €1,- to our chosen charity!

Together we raised €300,79 for the ‘Society for Action in Disability and Health Awareness’ (SADHANA) in the Mayurbhanj district, a tribal area with high levels of poverty in the Odisha State, to empower and include deaf children and young people.

In collaboration with The National Deaf Children’s Society the SADHANA project provides educational support and vocational skills to improve the attainment of aspirations and future prospects. In raising awareness about deafness across the district, the project supports meetings with key people in communities and runs events. The project supports a district level parents’ group, where parents meet regularly to discuss ways of reducing existing barriers to enable deaf people to fully participate in society, and also to advocate for the rights of deaf people.

For more info check:

http://ibizalovesears.com

http://fb.com/capadirebels

http://www.ndcs.org.uk