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2/3 Machinery Dr, South Tweed NSW 2486, Australia
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P.O.Box 637, Tweed Heads 2485

©2016 by You Have A Friend. 

STANTHORPE DROUGHT

If we cannot help everyone

Then let us help as many as we can.

If you wish to donate to our Farmers, details are below.


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SUPPORT OUR FARMERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

If we cannot help everyone, then let us help just one or as many as we can.

The town of Stanthorpe has just 1 month water left. And the government is dragging their heals to help

You Have A Friend has seen the devastation there. We have spent time supporting farmers in the Stanthorpe district

As a charity we have committed to support as many of the little farmers outside the town.

AS of 8 Nov 2019, You Have A Friend Inc has donated over 500,000 liters of water by way of stock water and drinking water to local farmers.

 

SUPPORT OUR FARMERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

If we cannot help all, let us just help one or as many as we can

Farms are dying.

Animals are now being disposed of - shot and buried. 4 - 5 generations of breeding stock!

Farmers are being forced to remove their precious fruit trees as they have no water.

Just $1.00 provides 40 litres of water

for a family

$25.00 provides a family with 1,000 litres of water - 3 -4 days for a family of 4

$500 provides 20,000 litres of water which helps 20 families.

SUPPORT OUR FARMERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

If we cannot help everyone - then let us just help as many as we can

If you can donate

"You Have A Friend Inc." has seen this drought 1st hand. So sad.

We are fund raising for water for the small farmers who "fall through the cracks"

All donations are tax deductible and you will receive a receipt if we know who you are.

PLEASE NOTE: we are a 100% not for profit charity - no one in our charity is paid. So all donations go to the cause.

Bank details are;

Bank - Greater Bank

BSB 637000

Account Name - Drought Relief

Account Number - 724032532

Email: johnl.17@bigpond.com and a receipt will be provided

 

Another empty dam

Another abandoned farm

Another empty dam

Houses destroyed in a few minutes

The only way to keep 2,200 sheep alive

Hand feed