Local rock gig raises £800 for Borneo Endangered Species Campaign!

Over the weekend of 20-21st April, a small local pub in Portsmouth achieved an amazing feat of raising a total of £800 in donations towards our Borneo Endangered Species campaign. The pub, known as The Deco was host to a number of exciting bands including Seething AkiraCybernetic Witch CultBELLIGERENCEStray BulletsEarthborn KingsNausicaaThe Divorcée Bitterman and a very popular moshing bear figure with his own fan club known as Charlie Bear!

Following the event The Deco published a heartfelt post on their social media which included the following caption “YOU GUYS RAISED AN INSANE £800 SMACKAROOS!!! Well that was a weekend and a half! Now the dust has settled from all of CharlieBears’ moshing on Saturday, we want to take a moment to raise a glass to every single one of you that came down and supported us and Freshwater Life Project this weekend! You guys blew our minds with the turn out, enthusiasm and of course stamina!”.

A huge thank you on behalf of Freshwater Life Project for the hard work and effort from everyone responsible for this fun community event and of course to all those who attended and made donations, your funds will help us to gather vital monitoring equipment to collate evidence of critically endangered species in Borneos last pristine jungles.

To donate to the Borneo Endangered Species Campaign visit www.gofundme.com/freshwaterlifeproject