More than $800 will be put towards White Ribbon Australia after the Cowra Services Club's inaugural Ladies Night.
Raffles and donations on the evening totaled $890, which will go to White Ribbon programs that help prevent violence against women in Australia.
Club board member, Joanna Treasure said it was a great night.
"We had probably had 110 to 120 women here and in addition to raising a lot of money, we literally drank the Services dry. Everyone behaved really well and I'm really excited for the next one," she said.
Cowra Services Club Manager, Lloyd Garratt congratulated Ms Treasure on the night's success.
"I want to congratulate Jo on a well organised night and we are looking forward to more events in the future," he said.
The donation was accepted by White Ribbon Ambassador from the Cowra Information and Neighbourhood Centre, Danny Jackett.
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"The more we can raise this profile within the community and in our families... the more we can increase the awareness of what's happening in the communities and for ladies and children, all the better," Mr Jackett said.
The Services Club would like to thank the following businesses for donation towards the raffle:Kous Boutique, The Salon Collective, Ginger and Gelato, Unearthed Homewares, The Skin and Beauty Emporium, Shoes 4 You, Dream Skin and Body Clinic, Regency Jewellers, Rapt in Gifts, Eye Spy Beauty, Bo & Ree Boutique, Absolute Beauty, Bushmans Boots & All, Style For Women, Re'lish Home Living and The Browery.