Domino’s charity signs three-year partnership with Rural Aid
Give for Good will donate $150,000 annually to help accelerate the expansion of Rural Aid’s national footprint.
Domino’s announced that its registered charity Give for Good has agreed to a three-year partnership with non-profit organisation Rural Aid.
Over the period, Give for Good will donate $150,000 per year ($450,000 in total) to help accelerate the expansion of Rural Aid’s national footprint.
“Our giving philosophy focuses on four key areas where we aim to develop sustainable best practices and make a difference, and one of those is rural communities,” Domino’s Australia and New Zealand CEO Nick Knight said, who is also a board member for Give for Good. “As a food business, we know exactly how much hard work and dedication goes into growing our food and just how important it is that we support our Aussie farmers.”
The new partnership with Rural Aid is also a continuation of Give for Good’s previous
work with the Australian charity, which saw Domino’s holding a national fundraiser in
2018 to support Rural Aid’s ‘Buy a Bale’ campaign, which delivered cattle feed and
other essential items to farmers in drought.
“There is an urgent need for dedicated wellbeing support across Australia’s rural and remote communities. The funding from Give for Good will assist us in expanding our capacity to deliver both our Stronger Futures and Disaster Assistance programs,” Rural Aid CEO John Warlters said.