Buy burgers and brigades get chainsaws, everyone’s happy!
Sunday, 1 Jan 2023
This January the Grill’d Healthy Burgers Summer Heroes campaign will be supporting St John Ambulance, Surf Lifesaving and the Rural Fire Brigades Association Queensland (RFBAQ).
100% of all money raised for the RFBAQ in the Summer Heroes campaign will be spent on buying electric chainsaws for Rural Fire Brigades in Queensland.
There are 40 Grill’d restaurants in Queensland where you can show your support and have some great food.
|The Willows||Carindale||Indooroopilly||Springfield Orion|
|Cannon Hill||Eatons Hill||Nobby Beach||Toowong|
|Benowa Gardens||Everton Park||North Lakes||Townsville|
|Browns Plains||Fairfield Central||Pacific Fair||Victoria Point|
|Cairns||Garden City||Rosalie||Cairns Central|
|Camp Hill||Harbour Town||South Bank||Kenmore|
Operating since 2011, Local Matters have supported over 30,000 community groups across Australia. And to date donated over $6 million dollars.
Through Local Matters, three community groups are chosen monthly and displayed on jars. In restaurant, Grill’d customers are given tokens to vote on who they think deserves the most money for the month. At the end of the month, the jar with the greatest number of tokens will be crowned the winner at each restaurant.
All the groups will receive a donation, with 1st place receiving $300, and the two runners up getting $100 each.
Twice a year Grill’d takes this program national.
This coming January, Grill’d want to stand up for our Australian summer heroes by donating $80,000 across three selected organisations who help Aussies get through the season safely.
Grill'd are recognising us as a summer hero and placing our name on a jar, as we are key to supporting and protecting our community.
To make the most out of our time on the jars and receive the highest donation amount, we are encouraging everyone to come their local Grill’d restaurant to vote!
To learn more about the Local Matters program and how you can help, head to: https://www.grilld.com.au/local-matters