Following the tremendous success of the 2016 ‘Strictly Goes Country’ event, our very own Raymond Moan of QTF Services has decided to take part in this years 2017 ‘Hospice Does Strictly – Country Style’, in aid of Southern Area Hospice with the aim of beating last years fundraising target of £30,000. This is a very worthy cause and a fun-filled fundraising event which will take place on Saturday 11th November 2017 in the Armagh City Hotel.
‘Hospice Does Strictly – Country Style’ will see a number of couples including Raymond, take to the stage to showcase our dance moves to Country Music to help raise vital funds for Southern Area Hospice Services. There will be jiving, line-dancing and doing the huckle-buck amongst many more dances to impress the judging panel and the audience in order to win their votes and ultimately win the show on the night.
Raymond and the dancers have started practicing already to ensure that a great night is guaranteed! If you love dancing and country music, this is a night you won’t want to miss! Get your tickets now (only £15 each) by ringing Anne on 028 30251333. They will also be available to order online soon.
In 2016 QTF Services contributed towards rasing £30,000 for Southern Area Hospice
Raymond took part in over 10 weeks of training for the 2016 ‘The Southern Area Hospice Strictly Goes Country’ competition to help raise vital funds for the Southern Area Hospice Services and was announced as overall Fundraising Champion for total amount raised and effort. This year, Raymond has his dancing shoes back on to do it all over again! With your help, we can fund-raise and make a real difference to the Hospice, its patience and the families that need it.
The Southern Area Hospice Strictly Goes Country’ dancers raised a total of £30,000 for the charity organisation in 2016 and this year we aim to beat this target.
To donate please go to our Just Giving Page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/raymond-qtf-moan
All proceeds go to Southern Area Hospice Services.