A HUDDERSFIELD student raised £540 for tsunami survivors by organising a party.
Sam Shaw, 17, from Edgerton, held a party at Verve bar on Byram Street.
Guests were charged £3 entry and about 150 people turned up to enjoy entertainment from a DJ.
Verve allowed the venue to be used free of charge and Huddersfield clothes shop Air - where Sam works part-time - gave more than £100.
Sam is in his second year of studying art, law and business at Greenhead College. He hopes to do a degree in design at university.
He said: "I would just like to thank everybody who helped and the people who attended."
A BRIGHOUSE entertainment agency is hosting an event to raise money for tsunami survivors.
Richard O'Brien Entertainments, has ten of its acts performing free of charge at the event tonight.
The charity fundraising night will take place at Blakeborough Social Club, on Bradford Road in Brighouse, from 8pm to midnight.
Entry costs £3 on the door, or £2 if a ticket is bought in advance by calling 01484 712933.
MUSIC, food and good times raised £1,200 for victims of the Asian tsunami.
A special fundraising event at Upperthong Village Hall saw the band Still No Name rock the 100-strong crowd.
They also danced the night away to a disco with John Sykes.
The £10-a-head bash, organised by Jules Hodson and Tracey Bird, also featured an auction, a raffle and a pie and pea supper.
Jules said: "When we saw what was happening on Boxing Day we just felt compelled to do something.
"I've been to Thailand and the people were just great.
"We've got to say thank you to Still No Name and John Sykes for their help.
"We'd also like to thank Jaz Pannam, who gave a champagne meal at Shimla Pinks in Manchester and a night at Salford's The Lowry Hotel, which raised £230 in the auction, as well as everybody who came and helped us to raise such a great total."