Hard Kentuckian rockers Knocked Loose have given a lot back to folks with the opportunities they receive and they’re back it again with a nearly $10,000 donation to The Center for Women and Families.
The band previously created a shirt in October to raise money in support of survivors of domestic abuse to coincide with Domestic Violence Awareness month.
They’re donating all proceeds from the shirt to their hometown’s Center for Women and Families, resulting in nearly $10,000 donated.
“Every year, over 12 million women and men are victims of domestic violence,” the band say. “For a very limited time (until 10/29) we will have these shirts for preorder on our website – a reminder that there are survivors and victims with voices that need to be heard. All proceeds will be donated to help survivors of domestic abuse at Kentucky’s Center for Women and Families in memory of Tiffany Tomerlin. #Lovedoesnthurt.”
— Knocked Loose (@knockedloose) October 16, 2019
They’ve finally been able to deliver the money which you can see in the post below.
“First post of the new year and we would like to announce that we were finally able to donate the check to The Center for Women and Families! I am completely blown away by how well our community came together for such an amazing cause. Almost $10,000 raised.
This blew our expectations out of the water. We are so grateful for any and everyone that helped by purchasing or sharing the post, you helped spread awareness on a topic that often is forgotten and it will impact so many. From every single one of us, thank you!”