Mums doing it tough across the country will be receiving a surprise Mother’s Day hamper containing beautiful Australian products made by small businesses.
Aussie farmers have been doing it tough. Drought, fires and floods have severely impacted crop yields and livestock. Many families are struggling to make ends meet. To help provide some relief, Amazon Australia has teamed up with Drought Angels, a passionate and dedicated nonprofit that supports farmers and regional communities impacted by natural disasters.
Together, we have provided 500 farming mums across the country with hampers to encourage them to take a little time out for some much needed self-care. Each hamper was packed with love by Amazon volunteers, complete with hand written Mother’s Day cards, and contain special products from Australian businesses.
“We are so excited to partner with Amazon Australia to help ‘deliver smiles’ to farming mums across the country,” said Natasha Johnston, Founder/CEO of Drought Angels. “The mothers in these families are often the glue holding everything and everyone together.
It has been particularly difficult times over the last few years for many of our farming families as they have been impacted by Drought, Fire or Floods and in some cases all three disasters. Being able to treat 500 of our wonderful mums across Rural Australia with a few indulgences they would never otherwise prioritise is absolutely incredible and heart-warming.”
Each hamper contains three special products from Australian small businesses – an Australian Pink Salt Exfoliator from Sand & Sky, a toxic-free Facial Moisturizer from Little Urchin and a microfiber lined shower cap from Dilly’s Collection. These products were selected by Drought Angels out of thousands of Aussie products available on Amazon.com.au to ensure relevance and suitability for their farming families.
Sharona Goodman from Dilly’s Collection said “We are so happy to be part of this wonderful initiative to support hard working mums across the country. As a small business owner and mother of three, I know how hard it can be to make time for yourself. We hope these hampers will help make life a little bit lighter.”
Chris Mathews from Little Urchin said “it is a real privilege to be part of this campaign to help provide some relief to hundreds of regional Australians working hard to put food on our tables. We are proud to be providing them with an all-natural, toxic free product that will help soothe their skin and make them smile.”
Sarah from Sand&Sky said, “We started Sand & Sky to share the wonders of Australia’s natural environment to people across the globe. We can’t think of more deserving people than those working out on our magnificent country.”
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