To raise money for the World Health Organisation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, Attack Magazine is giving away approximately £1,600 worth of goods. Read on to find out how you can help make a difference.

For many of us, there has never been a time like the one we’re in. The effects and ramifications will be felt for months and years to come. And not just within the music industry but across all sectors.

To donate please visit our GoFundMe page

At Attack, we believe we have to try, at the very least, to make a difference and we’re calling on all music producers, DJs and readers who visit our site and store to help us to help the response fund. Together we can make a big impact.

Our community is one of the very best at “self-isolating”. Most of us have been self-isolating in studios for years! That’s why we are confident we understand what people are currently going through and that we have the collective means to show solidarity and support.

This fundraising is to help those already suffering but also to assist the amazing response units who are tirelessly working to help contain the crisis. Most healthcare systems are operating at maximum capacity and need all the help they can get.

Here’s what you can do to help

It’s a very simple lottery. 

Simply donate £5 (or the equivalent in your currency) and you’ll be automatically entered into the lottery.

There will be three lucky winners and each winner will receive an incredible bundle of gifts.

1st Prize

2nd & 3rd Prize

Covid-19 Fundraising

All proceeds will go to the World Health Organisation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO to fight the spread of Covid-19. 

This campaign will end four weeks from now on April 13th.

Please donate, like, share and use the hashtag below on social media to spread the message. 


Thank you for your support.

To donate please visit our GoFundMe page

18th March, 2020

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