War Child works with children displaced by conflict worldwide - and right now there's rather a lot of those
Fancy going to see Carl Cox's DJ set at the House Of Commons next week, along with three of your clubbing buddies? Then read on...
The House The House event at the House Of Commons you no doubt already know about: Fatboy Slim became the first DJ to play at the Palace of Westminster n 2013, and now Coxy is going to be following in his footsteps. He'll be joined by 19-year-old Holly Louise from Nazeing, Essex, who won the prestigous support slot in a DJ competition organised by dance music charity Last Night A DJ Save My Life (LNADJ). All proceeds raised will go to the charity War Child, whose efforts are needed more than ever in these strife-torn times.
And now, Carl and LNADJ have launched a text-giving initiative to help bolster War Child's coffers further. Simply text OHYES to 70660 to make a £5 donation, and you'll be entered into the prize draw to win a VIP trip for four to the House The House party next Wednesday (11 May), where you'll get to meet Carl himself. But if you can't make it to London next week, don't stop reading, because the donation lines will be open until 7 July, and there are more top prizes still to be announced.
Note that to be in with a chance of winning the VIP tickets you'll need to get your text in by 7 May, so we'd strongly advise you grab your phone now and get entering. Good luck!