Singer-songwriter Sarah Kervin also had a helping hand when she was looking to donate the proceeds from one of her songs, "The Least You Could Do," to domestic violence survivors.

Kervin had made her way out of a bad relationship with a boyfriend who was both controlling and emotionally abusive, and ever since she started preforming "The Least You Could Do," which is about the situation, say says, "People email me and message me confessing their own stories of abuse, telling me they've never told anyone about it." This led to an epiphany for Kervin. "I realized that my one thread was part of a much bigger story, a much bigger issue."

Enter Wendy Parr, a mentor to Kervin, who assisted her in setting up the creation of a music video for the song, and reached out to the Joyful Heart Foundation, who were moved by the project. With the foundation liking the video, Kervin says, "We entered into a partnership with them, raising awareness about domestic violence with the video, and proceeds from the single benefiting survivors." - Adam Bernard, SonicBids BLOG

Singer-songwriter Sarah Kervin recently released a video for her new song, “The Least You Could Do,” which she hopes will help start more conversations about abuse and domestic violence. All proceeds from the song will go to the Joyful Heart Foundation. - Bitch Media

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