PARMA FOR A FARMER
PARMA FOR A FARMER
- By Wests League Club
- Posted at 2 Jan 2020
Buy a parmigiana from any of our venues and help make a real difference to local farmers doing it tough
West Group Macarthur is excited to announce the launch of our newest Parma for a Farmer campaign to kick off the year in support of farmers in the Macarthur region suffering from the effects of drought and recent fires.
During the campaign, $1 from every parmigiana and chicken schnitzel meal sold will be donated directly to local organisation, the Dilly Drought Drive, with 100% of the funds raised headed to local farmers that need it most within the Macarthur region.
The Dilly Drought Drive, an auspice of Rural Aid, is run by a dedicated team of volunteers with 100% of funds raised used to support farmers from the Campbelltown, Camden or Wollondilly Council areas. They aim to deliver farmers with the resources and hands on support needed to assist them during these drought-affected times.
“The drought has had devasting effects on some of our local farmers and It is far from over. We are so grateful to Wests Leagues for generously supporting locals through the Parma for a Farmer campaign. Every cent makes a big difference” says Tia Veech, Dilly Drought Drive.
All funds raised will be used to deliver practical support including the supply and delivery of water tanks carrying fresh, clean drinking water, hay and fodder relief, food hampers plus so much more
Wests Group Macarthur CEO said “We want local Farmers to know we see their struggle, we care, and we want to be able to help in a practical way.
The offer is available across all Wests Group Macarthur Venues, including Wests Leagues Campbelltown, Country Club Gledswood Hills, Lakeside Golf Club Camden and West Tennis Club from Jan 1 to March 31, 2020.
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