“Tickets sold out within three weeks, and we had a lot of women on the waitlist. We are already planning next year’s event with a bigger space so we can cater to more people. We are blown away by the generosity of local businesses who sponsored the event and donated prizes and by the women who supported by attending and buying raffle tickets. The money raised is going to a great cause and we are so honoured that we are lucky to be able to help” said Barefruit Marketing Co-founder and Director, Claire Harding.
A night filled with laughs, dancing and inspirational stories, with 100% of the ticket and raffle proceeds going to Rafiki Mwema to support future social enterprise projects. You can read Barefruits recap of the night here.