COMMUNITY | Staff Reporter, Australia

The Coffee Club announces fundraising for drought, bushfire victims

The coffee chain has pledged to donate 50 cents from every hot coffee sold on 20 November.

The Coffee Club (TCC) has announced its “Coffee for a Cause” fundraising initiative in aid of the victims of the recent bushfires and ongoing drought across QLD and NSW.

The coffee chain specifically pledged to donate 50 cents from every hot coffee sold on 20 November to volunteer charity group BlazeAid to fund the rebuilding fences, which range from $7,000 to $12,000.

BlazeAid is a volunteer organization which provides immediate ground support to rural communities affected by natural disasters.

“BlazeAid to move quickly into affected regional and rural communities to help rebuild fences and other structures like cattle yards, and we are happy we can provide some help in the form of donation to them,” TCC chief brand officer Megan Magill said in a statement.

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