The delivery of goodness
To Provide Urgent Relief to drought-affected farmers.
On Saturday 18th August Human Appeal Australia launched The Farmers Drought Appeal to help affected farmers with urgent relief.
Human Appeal with the help of our generous community has been able to raise and allocate an amazing amount of $90,000 to help alleviate the hardship faced by farmers.
On Tuesday 27th November the Human Appeal team including the Chairman: Mr Riyad Qasim and the City of Canterbury Bankstown Councillor Bilal El-Hayek, Amer Yassine, Lakemba Travel Centre, HAA Sponsor, Abdnaser Ali, Orphans sponsorship and Community Development Manager- HAA, Gandhi Sindyan Community Liaison Officer- Campsie Local Area Command, NSW Police Force, Issam Chaouk Director of Projects- HAA, Omar Al-Jamal Public Relations Officer- HAA, and Amin El-Bureeny Community Care Manager- HAA. headed out to Cobar NSW and Warren Shire to supervise the aid distribution.
With the help of Cobar Council (a sister Council to Canterbury Bankstown Council) the aid was distributed among farmers in Cobar. The following day, in conjunction with Fletcher International (Human Appeal’s Qurban project partner for the last 27 years), bales of hay were distributed in Warren Shire.
Many thanks to our generous community for showing solidarity with our Aussie farmers by supporting the cause and helping many farmers who were at the brink of losing their farms due to the severe drought.
We highly appreciate our community’s contribution. With their generosity, they are not just helping farmers. In fact, they are helping their own families and the whole Australian community.
Human Appeal Australia