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Published January 15th 2020
Why not make your purchases count
Besides attending events such as working bees, concerts, trivia nights and gala dinners, you can also support bushfire-impacted communities by making a decision on where you will shop. There are a number of places throughout Adelaide and its surrounds that will contribute something, be it big or small, towards bushfire relief whenever you visit and make a purchase.
The Foodland at Frewville and Pasadena is donating all revenue from the Kangaroo Island products you purchase between the 16th and 18th of January to the Kangaroo Island Mayoral Relief & Recovery Bushfire Fund. The money in this fund will go to those businesses and producers impacted either by the fires or by reduced tourist numbers.
Muffin Break is donating $1 to WIRES for every lamington product you purchase in the month of January. WIRES rescues and cares for native wildlife and livestock caught in fire-devastated areas. The two lamington products available are its smash-hit lamington muffin with a Darrell Lea coconut rough centre and its luscious lamington milkshake also made with Darrell Lea coconut roughs plus MILKLAB coconut milk.