Toowoomba businesses Unite in White against domestic violence
Following last month’s announcement of Toowoomba’s first White Night event presented by local strategic marketers Rigani, a number of businesses have offered their support.
Local graphic and web designer Simeon Griggs has provided his services and taken on a creative director role for the campaign. He wanted his business Tomoro to publicly get behind such a meaningful movement.
“Domestic violence needs to be spoken against in public to try and prevent it happening anywhere,” he said. “There’s no justification for reacting violently, no matter how many people are around.”
Hairdressers Edit Hair Lab have also signed up as a supporting partner and will soon be hosting a community White Wall where the community can pledge to stand up and speak out against domestic violence.
Master Stylist and Edit Hair Lab Director Christopher Mackie has seen first-hand how domestic violence affects the local community.
“Domestic violence is an issue in every walk of life and too many are suffering in silence. Team Edit were happy to offer any support we could to the White Night event.”
If you are a business, organisation or individual who wants to stand up against domestic violence we ask you to contact us and lend your support also.
The White Night event presented by Rigani will be held on Friday March 4 and includes a charity auction, keynote speaker and menu exclusively designed by local executive chefs.
Tickets are $160 and are selling fast. Your ticket includes transport, fine dining and entertainment with a portion of the ticket sales going to Toowoomba Says No to Violence (TSN2V), local representatives of the White Ribbon Foundation.
To purchase tickets visit the event page or contact Shana Rogers on 0409 741 629.
Follow Rigani on Facebook and Instagram for further Unite in White campaign announcements.
Shana Rogers | Rigani | email@example.com | 0409 741 629