It was a barnstorming night at the Hive in Edenwood on Saturday night, with the Irish folk quartet Track Dogs playing a fundraising gig in aid of victims of domestic abuse.
Organised by Rap Interiors and BITA (Brtish and Irish Trade Alliance), the night was attended by hundreds of business connections, friends and family members, making for an incredible evening. Drinks were flowing and a good time was had by all, with Track Dogs putting on an energetic performance marked by stunning vocal harmonies, danceable guitar rhythms and a catchy melodies!
Julie, Rap Interiors design director, says: “I think it’s fair to say that everyone had a fantastic night! Track Dogs were simply amazing and it was great to see so many familiar and new faces attend. Along with all the kind donations we’ve already received, this will make a huge difference to the Freedom from Abuse campaign. I’d like to send a big thank you to everyone who came along and for Track Dogs for putting on fab show! This was a great way to get the momentum going for the campaign, so if we can build on this we’ll be on course to raise a sizeable sum of money for those in need of our help.”
Julie has joined forces with a number of senior female business leaders to raise money for the campaign. Their goal is to raise £20,000 by 20th December – just in time for Christmas 2021. The ladies will be liaising with four charities that help victims of domestic abuse, including Rising Sun, Oasis Refuge Support, Dogs Trust and NSPCC Medway.
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