Sat
Jul
09

Eastern Women’s Refuge Fund raiser

R18

17 Galatos Street, Auckland.
Sat, 09 Jul 8pm

$25.00

Booking fee: $ 2.00

R18

Available!

Eastern Women’s Refuge Fund Raiser

Join us for this year’s Eastern Women’s Refuge fundraiser – a night of music & solidarity!

With a line-up of incredible talent donating their mahi to this important cause,

BBYFACEKILLA
Jazmine Mary
Memory Foam
Phoebe Rings
Samara Alofa & Friends
Van Staden & Böhm

VAX PASS event
In caring for our most vulnerable in the community, we continue to care for those at risk of COVID 19 by providing a safe and inclusive gig. Please ensure you have your vaccine pass ready to present on the night. 

 

All money raised goes directly to Eastern Women’s Refuge, to continue their life-saving work, supporting women and children escape and move on from domestic abuse.

You can be a supporter of their crucial work not only by buying a ticket to the show but also by entering our amazing raffle that will be drawn on the night, or taking home an exclusive Eastern Women’s Refuge T-shirt.

Who are Eastern Refuge Society?
The Eastern Women’s Refuge is a member of the National Collective of Independent Women’s Refuges, providing vital services in East and South Auckland for survivors of domestic violence.

New Zealand has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in the developed world, with police responding to an incident every 4 minutes.

Eastern Women’s Refuge works directly with women and children, providing immediate help with a crisis line, emergency housing, and safe housing; and ongoing support with safety and empowerment programmes, advocacy and counselling, and community social work. Their tane work alongside perpetrators to support them to live violence free.

Special thanks to all the businesses and brands who have donated to our raffle, Galatos, 95bFM & Phantom Billstickers.
Learn more by visiting http://www.easternrefugesociety.org.nz/

You are not alone, if there is domestic and/or sexual violence in your life, you can call 0800 REFUGE, or visit www.easternrefugesociety.org.nz/need-help