Beers for the Bush raises $1 million for farmers struggling in the drought
Many of our farmers are still doing it tough on the land, as the drought continues.
And efforts to lend a hand to those struggling in the bush aren’t letting up.
If you’ve had a beer recently, you may have unknowingly been doing your part for the men and women on the land.
Lion launched a Beers for the Bush campaign earlier in the year, with $1 of every carton of Iron Jack beer going to Rural Aid.
They’ve raised over $1 million and the organisation will officially receive the cheque tonight.
Lion’s external relations manager Elizabeth Bold tells Luke Grant “we’re so proud to contribute in this way”.
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