Insomniac can be seen as the embodiment of the ‘PLUR’ side of EDM, helping out the community when it can. Keeping true to the company’s commitment to giving back, Pasquale and the Insomniac crew donated a whopping $105,000 to three non-profit Nevada charities.

The money donated was taken from EDC Vegas 2015 ticket sales, as the organizations selected all operate out of Nevada. The charities included were the Injured Police Officers FundEmergency Medicine Resident Research Fund, and HELP of Southern Nevada’s Shannon West Homeless Youth Center. These donations push Insomniac’s total to $380,000 donated to local Vegas charities since EDC’s introduction to the area in 2011.

Check out more info on the charities below and click the links above to donate yourself!

The Injured Police Officers Fund works to help ease the financial burden suffered by police officers and their families in the event of a line of duty injury or death. IPOF assists thousands of officers in Nevada by providing monetary assistance to them and their families.

The Emergency Medicine Resident Fund is an established gift fund used to support resident research activities within the University Of Nevada School Of Medicine Foundation’s Emergency Medicine Department. The physicians that planned and directed the care for Electric Daisy Carnival, Las Vegas are local physicians that are involved in teaching and training emergency medicine residents for the University Of Nevada School Of Medicine.

HELP of Southern Nevada operates nine departments, consists of 97 employees and serves more than 103,000 unduplicated clients each year. The services HELP provides assist low-income families, homeless teens and adults among other individuals, to become more self-sufficient through direct services, trainings and referrals. Programs available include Shannon West Homeless Youth Center, Emergency Resources Services, Framing Hope Warehouse, Weatherization, Community Alternative Sentencing, Work Opportunities Readiness Center, Holiday Assistance and Homeless Outreach.