Barnet Community Trust hosted a five-a-side football tournament to boost the White Ribbon Campaign.
The Bees, and the Barnet Domestic Violence Forum, joined forces for the family day event.
The White Ribbon Campaign encourages people to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women.
The five-a-side raised money for the charity, and featured teams representing local fire brigades and police forces going head-to-head.
Seven sides took part in the tournament and Bees player Danny Hart handed out the trophies to the victors.
Winning captain Joe Williams said: "It's great to have such a good day and raise some money for a very worthy cause at the same time."
The event also featured live music, face painting, Playstation games and a raffle.
Nicholas Chrissi, of the Safer Neighbourhood team, said: "We worked with Barnet Safer Communities Partnership and Barnet Football Club to raise awareness of the campaign against domestic violence.
"We managed to bring together a lot of people from various communities, and we got an important message across."
Barnet Community Trust Manager Janet Matthewson said: "The day was certainly a success in raising awareness for hard-to-reach groups.
"We got the message to men and children who had previously been unaware of the White Ribbon Campaign."
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