Blokes at Warwick Men's Shed help farmers
THE Warwick Men's Shed is aiming to give back to the community that gave to them, with a fundraiser this Sunday for Queensland-based drought relief charity Aussie Helpers.
The Men's Shed started up three years ago with nothing, but has since grown with the help of the Rose City community and secretary Ian Stevens said they wanted to help a "worthy cause".
"We're having a sausage sizzle this Sunday at Spano's Supa IGA. All proceeds will go to drought relief," he said.
"People don't even have to buy a sausage - they can just make a donation, which is tax deductible if it's over $2."
Warwick Men's Shed president Roy May said the money would be used to pay for a wide range of needed items.
"Every dollar helps. It will all go to farmers," he said.
"The money will be used to pay for anything they need; it could be anything from fodder to school shoes."
Warwick Men's Shed sausage sizzle for Aussie Helpers: Sunday, 7am-1pm, at Spano's Supa IGA Warwick.