Andy Pilbeam

Widows Sons East Kent Ukulele Raffle

Fundraising for Rising Sun Domestic Violence and Abuse Service
raised of £500 target
We support victims of domestic violence to help them towards safety and recovery


One of the members of the East Kent Widows Sons, the very talented Frog, aka Brian Buckland, master Ukulele maker, player and teacher, has handmade a bespoke and very unique Ukulele. The Ukulele has been handmade in the shape of a violin and is in tribute to all Key Workers throughout the COVID-19 outbreak and lockdown.

We are asking for donations of £5 for a single raffle ticket and our President will make the draw on Tuesday 22nd September to win the Ukulele. So please make sure you put your name and where you saw the link (what Facebook group/link) on your donation so we can track down the winner.

All proceeds will go to Rising Sun Domestic Violence & Abuse Service.

Thank you for visiting my Just Giving page.Your donations will help Rising Sun Domestic Violence & Abuse Service support women and children affected by domestic abuse in Canterbury and East Kent. Including Outreach Support, Counselling, awareness groups in schools, training for agencies on domestic abuse, children's activities, Creche, legal advice and help for families seeking refuge.

For more information on the Widows Sons, please visit our website:

About the charity

Providing a safe future for survivors of domestic abuse in east Kent, with trauma-informed services for those in crisis & for those living with the effects of their trauma. Supporting survivors age 5+ through mentoring, counselling, groups, support accommodation, emergency safeguarding & drop-ins.

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