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Bunnings Is Doing Another Nationwide Sausage Sizzle For Bushfire Relief

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Bunnings Is Doing Another Nationwide Sausage Sizzle For Bushfire Relief

While the humble Bunnings sausage sizzle has been helping local communities and organisations for years, it's about to get a lot better.

Forget the debate about where the onions are supposed to go and head to your nearest branch this Friday because all the proceeds from every sausage sizzle will be going to the bushfire relief appeal.

A nationwide BBQ has been announced for a second time to help drum up some cash for the organisation that is directly associated with the bushfire crisis.

Credit: cosmocavoodle/Instagram
Credit: cosmocavoodle/Instagram
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It'll be held on Friday 24 January, so that's your work lunch sorted.

If you're not keen on a snag but still want to donate, then rest assured, you can still chuck your cash towards the appeal when you head into a store.

Once all the cash is tallied, it'll be sent to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery appeal.

A statement from Wesfarmers, which owns Bunnings and a slew of other Aussie companies, revealed the conglomerate will be also donating money.

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Credit: PA

The statement reads: "Wesfarmers undertakes that a minimum of $1 million will be donated from the Group to match the customer contributions made through the Kmart, Target and Officeworks appeals, and the team member contributions made across our Group.

"From this week, our retail businesses are further harnessing the strength of their nationwide store networks, online channels, and millions of customers, to contribute to the huge fundraising efforts underway across the country."

The last time Bunnings held a nationwide sausage sizzle for the bushfires and the drought was back in November and that raised a whopping $600,000 for GIVIT.

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Topics: News, Bushfires, Australia

Stewart Perrie
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