The Jägermeister #SAVETHENIGHT Fund is only open for submissions for a short time

Applications are still possible until November 30, 2023

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A jury of experts selects the winning projects.

Since September 1, 2023, the Jägermeister #SAVETHENIGHT Fund 2023 is back and open for applications from all over the world. Together with the legendary London nightclub fabric, Jägermeister is looking for ideas to improve nightlife in the areas of sustainability, diversity and safety.

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Kai Dechsling, Director Global Culture & Experiential Marketing at Mast-Jägermeister SE

Project ideas can be submitted via until November 30, 2023. A jury of experts will select the winning projects, which will receive funding from a pot totaling 100,000 euros to get their project off the ground with Jägermeister's support. The distribution of the budget depends on the scope of the ideas submitted.

In its second year, the #SAVETHENIGHT Fund will once again be supported by a high-caliber jury. Among them: Jorge Nieto, Creative Director of London nightclub fabric, British radio presenter Jamz Supernova, artist manager and DJ Elijah, DJane and journalist Jaguar and Grammy-nominated author, producer, DJane and radio presenter Jayda G.

The #SAVETHENIGHT Fund was launched by Jägermeister 2022 to revitalize the nightlife scene worldwide. For many people around the world, it is not just a place of freedom, but a special refuge. As a brand that is at home in nightlife, Jägermeister is committed to protecting and developing nightlife so that future generations can also experience the best nights out and nightlife can continue to flourish.

#SAVETHENIGHT also aims to raise awareness of the issues of inclusion, safety and diversity during and after a night out. Participants are free to consider these themes when submitting their ideas. Ideas can be submitted at

The winning projects will be realized in 2024.

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