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The Coffee Emporium launches charity initiative for Aussie farmers

Donations for every coffee sold will be given to Rural Aid’s Buy A Bale campaign.

The Coffee Emporium has announced a charity initiative geared to help farmers affected by the drought in some parts of the country.

On September 4, the coffee chain will be donating 50 cents from every coffee sold across their 42 coffee houses to Rural Aid’s Buy A Bale campaign.

The said campaign provides support to rural communities affected by natural disasters and who are in need of assistance.

“Farmers play an integral part not only in our business but also in our community. As such The Coffee Emporium wants to provide support in their desperate time of need,” Daniel Isaac, group general manager of The Coffee Emporium, said.
 

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