Domino's Gunnedah contributes to drought relief

Domino's Gunnedah store manager Jamie Small, Keegan Hall in the mascot suit, and Camilla Brett.
Domino's Gunnedah store manager Jamie Small, Keegan Hall in the mascot suit, and Camilla Brett.

Domino’s was inundated with orders on Wednesday night as staff served up for drought relief.

Rural Aid Australia will receive 50 cents for every pizza sold nation-wide at Domino’s, with $1200 raised in Gunnedah and Tamworth stores. The funds are in addition to a $40,000 donation from Domino’s registered charity Give For Good.

Gunnedah and Tamworth francisee Mark Coyle said the Gunnedah store was well-supported.

“Domino's Gunnedah raised around $300 with a 45 per cent increase in sales for Wednesday,” he said.

“It was good to see how well it was accepted by the public. We definitely want to be a big part of the community out here.

“I think it will be something we do every couple of months now.”

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Nationally, Domino’s hoped to raise $100,000 and exceeded this by more than $74,000.

Rural Aid CEO Charles Alder said the charity was thrilled to be the recipient of Domino’s national Doughraiser.

“The money Domino’s helped raise will make a huge difference in the lives of hundreds of Aussie farmers,” Mr Alder said.

“It will allow us to continue our work in delivering much-needed fodder, water and groceries to the farming communities that need it the most.”

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