It has teamed up with non-profit organisation YGAP to help end violence against children.
Throughout the month of October, Grill'd is giving away seven free burgers in seven days to all generous polished men and women who have signed up to support the Polished Man cause.
Grill’d managing director Simon Crowe said, “We’re proud to partner with YGAP to support their Polished Man initiative for the second consecutive year. Last year we helped the organisation raise $1 million with the help of over 62,000 Polished Men. This year we hope to help them raise even more funds to support trauma recovery and prevention programs for children who have suffered or are at risk of suffering violence.”
“We all have the power to make a change and this begins in our local communities and we’re calling on every Australian to paint one fingernail during October, start a conversation over a healthy burger and inspire a donation to help end violence against children,” added Crowe.
Grill’d’s free burger offer is open to polished men and women who have joined the movement, valid between the 4th of October and 10th of October. Backed by local sports superstars and home-grown celebrities, this year’s campaign aims to raise $3 million and achieve 100,000 sign ups through the month of October.
Last year, the efforts of Polished Man made an outstanding impact on the lives of children which involved improving the lives of more than 260,000 people living in poverty, continuation of World Vision Australia’s violence against children global initiative work, and providing extensive trauma counselling to two child victims of violence and support to carers, families and teachers to build important relationships by the Australian Childhood Foundation.
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