INSYNC were delighted to be asked to create an immersive sensory experience at a high profile fundraiser for the pioneering Gesher School, who provide a dedicated environment for children with special educational needs. The experience would be the first touch point with guests on arrival to help them understand what the challenges of living with autism can feel like.
“Everything flows through with equal force. Life is like a continual sensory storm. A raging flash flood of sensorial data is always pulsing through the marrow of my bones. It’s a never-ending, devastating deluge of chaotic kinesthesia. Everything hits me full on, and I’ve had to learn to sink or swim against the surging onslaught of my five senses”
Once through the tunnel, guests were welcomed by a friendly face on hand to answer questions about what they had experienced and giving out Lovespecs which turned all the LED light sources in the main room into hearts. Walkabout performers hosted simple sensory games loved by autistic children to win a range of prizes and guests were treated to cocktails by Hendricks and Monkey Shoulder, and live performances by the legendary Soul2Soul and Alison Limerick.
The main event of the night though was the auction which thanks to a signed Banksy amongst other money can’t buy items, raised an incredible 500k to help the school achieve their ambitious development goals over the coming years.. an amazing and well-deserved outcome for such an inspirational cause.
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