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£19,819 raised from ticket sales to the Street Party hosted by Johnnie Walker.
Underbelly raises over £29,000 at Edinburgh’s Christmas and Edinburgh’s Hogmanay in support of OneCity Trust’s work fighting inequality and exclusion across Edinburgh.
On 1 December 2018, Edinburgh’s Christmas took part in St Andrew’s Fair Saturday which is a new initiative delivered in a partnership between the Scottish Government and the Fair Saturday Foundation. On that day, all proceeds from Silent Light went to support three charities: Deafblind Scotland, National Deaf Children Society and Royal National Institute of Blind People.
£1 from every ticket bought for the Loony Dook at Edinburgh's Hogmanay is donated to the RNLI.
£21,256.17 raised from voluntary donations from festival goers at Edinburgh Fringe and Underbelly Festival Southbank 2019.
The Christmas Tree Maze raised £9,104 for local charity, Edinburgh and the Lothians Greenspace Trust’s Tree Time.
Underbelly and Danny MacAskill’s Drop and Roll raised £6,915 in support of OneCity Trust’s work fighting inequality and exclusion across Edinburgh.
On August 12 Underbelly sold-out the McEwan Hall raising a grand total of £41,055.00 through its third annual Big Brain Tumour Benefit.
Through Box Office and charity collections on Edinburgh streets – including the official start of the festive season in the city, Light Night – Edinburgh’s Christmas 2018 raised £13,594 for NSPCC.
Underbelly held the Big Brain Tumour Benefit in 2018, with a sell-out concert at McEwan Hall. Tickets and accompanying donations raised over £40,000 towards the charity.
In 2018 Underbelly donated 222.3kg of food and non-perishable items to the Edinburgh Food Project which went to the Edinburgh North West, Central and East food banks. In addition to this Edinburgh’s Christmas raised just under £1,000 in financial donations for the food banks and gave 12,000 free tickets to their users.
Underbelly raised just under £20,000 through Silent Light donations towards the One City Trust.
Connection Crew started out in 2005 and since then they have employed 248 people with a history of homelessness to complete 136,017 hours of work