Woolworths nationwide sausage sizzle results
13 February 2012
Local community groups across Australia will benefit from a $500,000 financial boost thanks to Woolworths and our customers.
Tjeerd Jegen, Director of Supermarkets, said; “To celebrate Woolworths 25 years as ‘The Fresh Food People’
during Australia Day week, Woolworths supermarkets across the country hosted fundraising BBQs to benefit
worthy local community groups.
“Gold coin donations for a great Aussie sausage sandwich raised an amazing $253,174. Woolworths promised to match the amount raised by our customers. This takes the total to $506,348 - a terrific amount that reflects our customers’ generosity and love of a sausage sandwich.
“Our stores nominated a local community group that they wanted to support. Community groups that were nominated include various Children’s Hospitals, The Salvation Army, Scout Groups, RSPCA, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Surf Lifesaving Clubs, to mention a few.”
The top ten fundraising stores across the country were:
$4,008 for the Cooinda Nursing Home
$4,000 for the 1st Moruya Scout Group
$3,176 for the Restore Hope Foundation
|Cherrybrook Village NSW||
$2,646 for the Warrah Society
|Rundle Mall SA||
$2,600 for the Women’s and Children’s Hospital
|Hoppers Cross VIC||
$2,518 for Warringa Park School
|Golden Square VIC||
$2,372 for the Golden Square Fire Brigade
|Tura Beach NSW||
$2,222 for the Merimbula Rural Fire Brigade
$2,068 for the 2nd/7th West Waverley Scout Group
|Endeavour Hills, VIC||$2,044 for Cancer Council Victoria|
“Woolworths is proud to be able to help so many great local community groups to kick off the year and we
hope our customers enjoyed it too,” Mr Jegen said.
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