RSPCA Safe Kennels Event

On Monday, 7 November, owner of A Touch of Beauty Joanna Collins and her husband Richard hosted a cocktail evening at Jarvis Subaru Adelaide to raise funds for the RSPCA South Australia’s Safe Kennels Program. The program provides emergency shelter for the pets of women who have escaped domestic violence.

ATOB Girls

The A Touch of Beauty team


Jarvis Subaru Venue

The evening was attended by Australian of the Year Rosie Batty who shared her own experiences with domestic violence. Rosie Batty is an extraordinary woman who has suffered so much from domestic violence. Rosie has turned the tragic circumstances of her son Luke’s death into the opportunity to raise awareness and encourage women to the find the courage to leave violent relationships. She is a Hero.

Rosie Batty, Richard & Jo

Rosie Batty, Richard & Jo

The evening raised an incredible $152,435 on the night and donations still coming in! 100% of the funds raised will go towards the program thanks to the generous support of Jarvis Subaru who covered all of the costs of the event.

Tim Vasudeva

RSPCA CEO, Tim Vasudeva

We would like to thank you for your support in helping domestic violence victims, their families and their beloved pets.

If you would like to view the professional photographs taken at the cocktail event by Benjamin Liew, please click HERE

Thanks again for your support.

Jo x