The music we love to perform was born out of the pain of displaced peoples who had gathered in Spain before being pushed again elsewhere. We are thankful to those refugee populations for sharing their musical traditions and creating what would become known to the world as flamenco. It is our honour to participate in Champions of Welcome and support the work of SCARF*.
We’ve set our goal at just $500. This would help two refugee community members for one year’s worth of access to the important services they need to better settle into Australian life. That year of support can make a huge difference!
We hope you will help us to make that difference in two people’s lives. Please use the “Give Now” button and give what you can. Not many of our band supporters are independently wealthy, yet, if we all give a little, we will be able to reach our goal. (If you are one of those independently wealthy Ruido supporters- help us to smash this goal!) Thank you for your support and thank you for helping this worthwhile cause!
Please help us get the word out. Our charity show will be Tuesday 6th June from 7pm at the Amona Pintxos & Tapas Bar (234-236 Cowper Street, Warrawong). Family friendly show. Free entry. Donations will also be accepted on the night, but why wait? Let’s make it a celebration party! Give now and share this page with others.
*SCARF (Strategic Community Assistance to Refugee Families) is an independent, volunteer-powered, community-focused organisation that supports refugees who’ve come to Australia through UNHCR and the Australian Government’s Humanitarian Visa Program.