Here’s your chance to help Social Festival and The Quest School

The Social Festival is proud to announce that this year’s event is raising money for The Quest School, which is dedicated to helping children with autism lead happy lives. Saved Records boss and The Social’s main man Nic Fanciulli is behind this project and will be driving it hard, as will his brother Mark plus Rumors boss Guy Gerber, who are also involved and greatly supportive.

The Quest School in Kent is an ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) School which helps children overcome difficulties, reach their full potential and enable them to get the most out of their childhood and help them live a full, happy, healthy and productive life.

As well as donating a share of the takings from the festival themselves, The Social, which takes place on the 9th and 10th of September in the stunning Kent County Showground in Maidstone, are asking you to help this great cause by donating via Go Fund Me. The target is £10, 000 and they already on their way to reaching that target.

Social Fest Charity decoded

With your help in donating, as well as raising awareness, sharing this news, posting our page on your socials and helping in any other way you can, you really are making a difference to these children’s’ lives.

The aim is to really bring recognition for the school and raise awareness about autism and autism education because it affects ever larger numbers of young people. The Social Festival is appreciative of any support possible and hopes that by raving happy we can really help improve the happiness of some children who really need it.