Fri Jul 21 2017

Join us at the Red Rattler to party with a purpose - 100% of ticket profits go to Hands Across the Water (HATW) who use the funds to give relief to the homes and communities in Thailand they support.

DOORS 7pm – 1am

Presale tickets are available here:
$15 + booking fee
*if you would like to help, but are unable to afford a ticket, please get in contact as we are always in need of volunteers for on the night.

With the help of The Church of Screaming Electro, we have a rad line up of DJ’s to help you dance your troubles away, which we will be announcing shortly.

The Purpose - HATW
HATW supports 6 different homes all over Thailand. All homes offer extensive support for a range of different issues, Home Hug Yasothon strongly supports (HIV) positive humans, providing medication and a discrimination free environment, Home Hug Surin is currently being built to meet the increasing demands of Home Hug Yasothon. PAMA House in Chanthaburi and The New life Project in both Kanchanaburi and Chumpon offers support to over 80 individuals for a range of different reasons including drug addiction, sexual violence, substance abuse and exploitation, just to name a few. The Baan Nam Khem centre offers support to the local community hit hardest by the 2004 tsunami offering a pre-school facility, accommodation for foreign workers staying to provide support to the community and a Tsunami refuge which holds 1,000 people in the event of a future Tsunami, the largest home, Baan Tharn Namchai is home to over 100 children.

• Hands facilitates unique, personal and meaningful experiences.
• Our care comes without conditions.
• We don’t seek to impose a religion or belief system upon those we support.
• We give children the chance to grow according to their own beliefs and traditions.
• Every cent of donors’ money goes to the children and their communities.
• No donors’ money goes to administration, marketing or fundraising operations in Australia.

HATW Website -
HATW Video -

We acknowledge and pay respect to the traditional owners of the land on which we are meeting, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation.