After matching over 400 tickets with community groups in South Yorkshire, Tickets for Good is launching its Ticket Bank programme in Manchester.

Tickets for Good is an events ticketing platform that believes in bringing together social life and social good. One of the ways it does this is its Ticket Bank programme offering donated tickets to beneficiaries of charities and community organisations; supporting those who are normally excluded from events to attend.

In Manchester they have already secured the support of O2 Academy venues in the city and are seeking other cultural organisations to get onboard with the programme. With the support of charities such as Greater Manchester Youth Network (GMYN), The Ticket Bank hopes to match tickets with individuals who have never experienced these kinds of events before.

Ticket Bank Lead, Rachel Boyce said, “We are really excited about launching in Manchester; such a fantastic city for culture. We hope that the Ticket Bank can offer venues an easy way to increase their audience development work and provide an easy-to-use platform for charities to see all the tickets available in one place.”

Richard Driffield, Business Development Manager at GMYN said, “We are delighted to be supporting Ticket Bank’s launch in Manchester and look forward to providing new opportunities for young people to access exciting events across the city.”

To register for tickets, charities and community organisations can visit:

To start donating tickets to the Ticket Bank, email