This Wednesday do the farmers a favour and get yourself a couple of pizzas from Domino’s.
The company is donating 50 cents from every pizza sold across Australia between 4pm and 9pm to Rural Aid as part of their ‘Doughraiser’ initiative, and have already kicked off the campaign by chipping in $40,000 from their registered charity Give for Good.
Australia and New Zealand CEO Nick Knight said that the campaign is a way of recognising just how many farmers and communities are affected by drought.
Australia’s largest pizza maker, Domino’s has announced it will donate 50c from every pizza sold across Australia on Wednesday 8 August from 4-9pm to Rural Aid, to support Australian farmers and rural communities affected by drought.
“These farmers are a part of the Domino’s family – they supply our food, they are our business partners, our customers, and they are fellow Australians, so it’s important we do what we can to help,” he said.
Rural Aid CEO Charles Alder said the charity was thrilled to receive the additional support.
“It will allow us to continue our work in delivering much-needed fodder, water and groceries to the farming communities that need it the most,” he said.