£655 raised for Inverclyde Women’s Aid!

Throughout the month of May, we celebrated our 10th birthday and chose Inverclyde Women’s Aid as our designated charity for our fundraising campaign.

We selected Inverclyde’s Women’s Aid because as a company, we believe that it is vital to give back to our community and we are all greatly humbled by the work that Inverclyde Women’s Aid provides to the area. Inverclyde Women’s Aid is a non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. We see the immense value in their presence in our community and their values resonate with us, as we too believe that all women, children, and young people deserve a place of safety. 

We are thrilled to announce that we raised a huge total of £655 for Inverclyde Women’s Aid thanks to all our clients, partners, and the wider community who generously donated to this important cause.

So how was our fundraising campaign so successful?

We held an event in The Albany, Greenock to celebrate our 10th birthday where we invited guests to come along for a night of networking and fundraising for Inverclyde Women’s Aid. Guests had the opportunity to make a donation and be in with the chance of winning one of our fantastic raffle prizes!

The raffle prizes up for grabs included Fourball vouchers for various golf courses, spa vouchers, beauty vouchers, drinks and food hampers and more! All kindly donated by our clients and friends.

At Tweetiepie Media, we believe in using our skills and resources to make a positive impact in our community. We are proud to support Inverclyde Women’s Aid and their mission to end domestic and sexual abuse, and we thank everyone for their generosity in supporting this worthy cause!

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