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Aug 29, 2018   |  2:44AM AET

Wanderers to support The Coffee Emporum’s Buy a Bale appeal

Wanderers to support The Coffee Emporum’s Buy a Bale appeal

The Western Sydney Wanderers are proud to be supporting The Coffee Emporium Australia’s Buy a Bale appeal, calling for all Wanderers members and fans to head to their local store and buy a coffee on September 4. 

The Western Sydney Wanderers are proud to be supporting The Coffee Emporium Australia’s Buy a Bale appeal, calling for all Wanderers members and fans to head to their local store and buy a coffee on September 4. 

50 cents from every coffee purchased on September 4 will go towards the Buy a Bale charity, who support Australian farmers and their land, cattle, and families during periods of drought. 

Wanderers Kearyn Baccus, Abraham Majok and Brendan Hamill will be at The Coffee Emporium’s Blacktown store at 7:30am on September 4 to make morning coffees for anyone wanting to donate. 

About Buy a Bale

In June 2013 after reading the plight of Queensland farmers who were destroying their cattle and some being forced off their land, Charles Alder found he needed to do something about this problem. Coming from a family committed to helping others Charles and wife Tracy decided they needed to find out how best they could help those in this terrible situation.

After making calls to agriculture industry groups and speaking to others, and with a lifetime of experience in marketing, it was decided to create a fundraising program that explained exactly what Australians could do to help.

Why not ask Australian’s to “Buy a Bale of Hay“.

Since 2013, the Buy a Bale program has delivered over 160,000 bales of hay across four states. 

Today the Buy a Bale campaign is part of the charity Rural Aid, formed by Charles and Tracy to expand services and support to rural communities not only suffering through natural disasters but communities that need help remaining in existence, our rural communities are disappearing and need help.

In one of the driest countries on the planet, there will always be farmers who need assistance feeding their animals.