Step Forward with Syria Relief

  At a time when the world talks of closing borders and building walls, when fear is being used to create division and intolerance, organisations and artists in London are uniting to help rebuild lives in Syria.  

In aid of Syria Relief’s StepForward Project, we take pleasure in inviting you to an exclusive night of music, magic and fundraising,

The Shard, 24th floor lounge, 22nd September 2016 19.30 to 22.30

With the invaluable support of Protiviti UK, Syria Relief and STEPS will play host to singer Lucy Layton, who will be releasing live a new version of  'I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing,' during the special evening, accompanied by the talented musicians of the Orion Orchestra. Will Wintercross - Daily Telegraph photojournalist and founder of the Syrian Refugee Relief Fund (SRRF), will be sharing touching stories from his extensive travels in war-torn Syria. While you enjoy the view from the 24thfloor of the most prestigious building in London, you will be served drinks and exquisite Middle-Eastern cuisine.  You will have the opportunity to bid for unique pieces kindly offered by our sponsors and be entertained by the magicians of the Magic Circle. All funds raised will go to the Prosthetic Limb Clinics, giving Syrian child amputees a chance to reclaim their future.  We need you to step forward to help us in this significant cause.

Please go to to buy your tickets or make a donation.  There are only 150 tickets are available for this unique night.

Syria Relief and STEPS do not take walking for granted

You can also download the official Syria Relief single 'Teach the World to Sing' by singer Lucy Layton from our site here.

NB: For security reasons, The Shard requires the complete guest list for the event - therefore, please indicate your full name and email address when purchasing your tickets. step fwd


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