Red Rooster launches #donateadinner initiative

For every delivery order made via the Red Rooster website or app between 5 and 9pm until 6 April, the fast food company will donate one to Foodbank as part of its new #donateadinner initiative.

The announcement:

From Tuesday 31st March until COB Monday 6th April (between 5-9pm) Red Rooster will donate the cost of a meal to Foodbank when you order delivery via the Red Rooster website or App.

Foodbank will go on to use these funds nationally to support the vulnerable during the COVID-19 crisis.

Red Rooster is a business built around family and community and our aim has always been to bring joy to Australians through our food. For almost 50 years Australians have supported us. So, now, we want to give back.

During this time of crisis (brought on by the COVID 19 outbreak) more and more Australians are experiencing financial hardship and food insecurity. The situation is moving very swiftly, but social distancing and other measures implemented to help fight the spread of this virus have unfortunately resulted in job losses, business closures and more.

Our official charity partners are Foodbank Australia and we are proud to join them again in the fight against hunger. As the country’s largest hunger relief charity, Foodbank Australia is seeing an extraordinary increase in demand for emergency food relief. We are working closely with them to raise much needed funds that will go towards helping those who are most vulnerable in our community right now.

#DonateADinner won’t cost you a cent. It’s easy to make a difference:

  • Place a DELIVERY order via the Red Rooster App or orders.redrooster.com.au
  • Only for DELIVERY orders placed between 5-9pm from Tuesday 31/3/2020 until Monday 6/4/2020.
  • For every delivery during this time, Red Rooster will donate the cost of a meal to Foodbank.

Times are tough right now. More and more people are finding themselves in need of support. In times like these we want to be there for our people – this includes our crew, our customers and the community at large. Their health, safety and wellbeing is our top priority.

Let’s get meals to those who need it most right now.

Source: Red Rooster media release


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