Shoppers pause to help out our drought stricken farmers

Local shoppers are being asked to dig deep for our Aussie farmers as part of a campaign being co-ordinated by Tamworth Square.

Singing along: Jarred Taylor sings for drought relief at Tamworth Square. Photo: Peter Hardin 130918PHC019

Singing along: Jarred Taylor sings for drought relief at Tamworth Square. Photo: Peter Hardin 130918PHC019

Between 10am and 2pm daily, up until September 22, shoppers will be entertained by country music singers to assist in raising drought awareness and provide a donation point for Rural Aid. 

Community donations will be matched dollar for dollar by the centre, with a local target of $10,000 in total.

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“Rural Aid have committed to distributing 100 per cent of our donations to Aussie Farmers, which was really important to us when forming this partnership,” Marketing Manager, Emily Howard, said.

“Dam Good is a way for us to give back to those most affected whilst helping to create further awareness of the great work Rural Aid is providing.”

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