Quebec businesses form an auction to support Red Cross relief effort in Australia
QUEBEC, January 21, 2020
Since the start of the fires in Australia in June; the country is going through a rough period. Having ravaged over 46 billion acres of forest, taken the lives of a billion animals, that of 30 people; and destroying the home of several thousand, this event is a real disaster.
Although we are sitting on the other side of the planet, we care about the well-being of our Australian friends. With emergency personnel working around the clock to control the spread of flames and protect what can be; it’s important that we participate in the rescue effort.
It is in this spirit that Lao Kombucha partnered with Les Mauvais Garçons to launch the “NousAussie” initiative. This movement brings together a variety of goods and services supplied by merchants from Quebec. These companies have decided to offer what they can to increase the value of the auction lot; The total amount of the sale will be given to the Red Cross.
The lot offers a wide variety of experiences and products; Ranging from quality yoga linens, a tea tasting experience from a renowned house, a batch of craft beers, a year of free coffee, a variety of activities and even hotel stays. The lot is sold in auction style and bets end on the 27th of this month at 1 p.m. (Donor such as Fairmont Château Frontenac, Le Quarante 7, Camellia Sinensis, Lao Kombucha, Café tatum, Brasseurs sur demande, Rose Buddha, Défi évasion, Monsieur Cocktail, Gusta…)
Many of the services and products offered can be shared, so gather family and friends in the name of a good cause!
Thank you for sharing this message, it always starts with awareness!
The Auction is now closed
Because us too can make a difference.
In the wake of the ravages of Australia’s wildfires, it’s more than ever the time to unite and offer our support to the victims of this disaster. To do this, several Quebec companies have joined the cause to offer a courtesy as part of the auction.
The proceeds will go entirely to the Red Cross, which is currently working to provide comfort to those affected by the fires, in addition to coordinating the distribution of food and water in several communities. She also opened the Register.Find.Reunite program, which allows separated families to find their loved ones when communications are difficult or even cut off.