Last Night A DJ Saved My Life is one of the leading charities in the electronic music industry. We’re a unique charitable organisation blending music and goodwill, empowering children and young people worldwide. Major music and corporate brands and artists support our life-saving mission to amplify the impact of grassroots projects.
We unite people from the electronic music community and beyond. We create fundraising initiatives that support grassroots projects around the world which make a difference to the lives of young people, empowering them to build a better future – changing lives, saving lives.
LNADJ UK launch: ‘Acid House Effect’ Weekend of Events. London Corsica studios and The Light Bar featuring many of the pioneering DJs of Acid House. Private screening of ‘They Call It Acid’ at MPC Studios.
Our Ibiza Heart Project launches and runs for a full season at We Love Space, Ibiza. Raising 31,050€.
First fresh water well built in India, thanks to the Zoo Project. Charity starts to make a global impact.
House the House final at the Houses of Parliament (06.03.13) featuring Fat Boy Slim and winner Bryce Fury, a history making moment being the 1st dance music event in Parliament.
Set For Peace on World Peace Day (21.09.13), hundreds of DJs around the world playing for peace including Paul Van Dyk performing at the Peace Palace in Den Haag on it’s 100th Anniversary.
Smile Britannia - first Urban Art charity auction in Houses of Parliament. Over 40 artists produced with West Bank gallery and Temwa, raising £80K. First time the charity started to have an impact in Africa.
Smile Britannia 2 - 40 artists, raising £30K, including original Picasso for auction.
House the House 2, Carl Cox performs at Houses of Parliament supporting War Child.
Launch of Cycle Ibiza challenge.
Partnered with Share Tanzania to support Feathers Tale, special needs children's home and Angels Gate home for street involved youth.
Brand partnership with Loopmasters funds the building of accommodation for three single parent women with special needs children in Tanzania.
Founder Jonny Lee and videographer Neil Kemp go on our first African field trip to visit the many fresh water wells and the newly built Share Tanzania Special Needs Home funded by LNADJ.
Eats Everything performs at Fabric NYE to launch becoming ambassador for Have A Drink On Us.
Official Launch of Have A Drink on Us Campaign on World Water Day March 22nd.
LNADJ host stage at Techno for Humanity in Belgium with Seth Troxler, Dubfire, Martin Buttrich, Radio Slave, Raw District, Kapibara, Timmerman & Kimman hosted by Krankenhaus.
Team of 8, including Trustees Chairman, Russell Clements, venture to Tanzania to climb Kilimanjaro for Ain’t No Mountain High Enough part 1, raising over £30K for Share Tanzania.
Nightmares on Wax breaks the record for World’s Highest DJ Set at 5750m on Sep 21st (Peace Day). The trip raised over £70K which funded the building of a new special needs home, housing 50 children in Moshi, Tanzania.
Street to Street and Get Equipped project launched in Tanzania at Angels Gate. 4 artists (Nicolas Dixon, Inkie, Chapter and Sen1) plus 2 DJs/Producers visited the boys home to collaborate with young boys decorating the exterior of the creative school. Also the artists held mentoring classes teaching a wide range of art skills raising £7429.
LNADJ 1st corporate field trip to Africa.
iZotope donate $25K raised through a promotional charity bundle.
Set For Love launches at Las Dalias, Ibiza, celebrating 10 years of LNADJ with 30 Ibiza DJs donating their sets. The event funded the building of three wells.
Set for Love online is launched. 1000s of DJs around the world get involved raising much need funds for our Covid-19 appeal.
The fifth & final 'Set for Love' in support of our Covid-19 appeal takes place on World Children’s day taking the total amount raised from the campaign to over £170k.
London to Brighton Cycle ride launches with 40 riders taking part, raising funds for our Get Equipped initiative
Get Equipped and Street to Street, field trip to Sierra Leone.
Our team has a wealth of experience across various fields, with Jonny Lee as the founder. Our Operations Director, James, has over 25 years of experience in the corporate and music industries. Vijay contributes more than 25 years of expertise in sales and marketing, while Ellie has over 20 years of experience in the community, voluntary sector, and music industry. Neil our Video Production Manager has 20 years film & video experience in music / events & corporate sectors. Together, we utilise our diverse backgrounds to advance our mission.
The Last Night A DJ Saved My LIfe Trustees consists of a dedicated group of individuals who work together to ensure the organization runs smoothly and effectively achieves its charitable goals. Get to know our passionate Trustees below.
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