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Woolies raising money for fire victims

Wednesday, 8th January, 2020

(From left) Elle Morris, Nickala Salisbury, Katrina Burgess and Ruth Powell with the donation bin at the front of Woolworths. PICTURE: Emily McInerney (From left) Elle Morris, Nickala Salisbury, Katrina Burgess and Ruth Powell with the donation bin at the front of Woolworths. PICTURE: Emily McInerney

Woolworths staff are hosting fundraisers to help those impacted by the Australian bushfires, including a goods donation bin and a cake stall.

Funds raised from the cake stall will be donated to the Salvation Army’s S.T.A.N.D (Support Through Australian Natural Disasters) initiative.

“We just knew we had to do something,” said Woolworths’ Elle Morris.

One hundred per cent of the funds raised from Saturday will go to the Salvation Army. Donation tins will also be available on the day.

If people would like to donate cakes, they are more than welcome to drop them off before 9.30am on Saturday.

“Our cake stalls are always popular,” said Katrina Burgess.

“Australian’s always pull together in times of need, everyone has been so generous.

“We would like to thank everyone for their donations already.”

WHAT: Cake stall for bushfire victims

WHEN: Saturday, from 9.30am

WHERE: Woolworths, Broken Hill

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