Daisy Pool Covers backs Smart WaterMark’s Buy a Bale drought relief initiative
With many parts of Australia enduring drought conditions and the upcoming National Water Week aiming to promote water efficiency, Daisy Pool Covers has pledged up to $5,000 to match donations made to Smart Approved Watermark's fund for the ‘Buy a Bale’ drought relief initiative.
Smart WaterMark’s backing for RuralAid’s ‘Buy a Bale’ fundraising campaign aims to support rural communities affected by drought.
Emphasising his company’s commitment, Derek Prince, Managing Director of Daisy Pool Covers explains “this is such a tough time for our farmers and rural communities and we are excited to partner with Smart Approved Watermark and RuralAid on bringing much needed supplies to these areas in their time of need.
“We are encouraging all Australians - wherever they live - to donate $20 or more to the campaign so that together we can get water and hay to Aussie farmers in peril.
“We will match whatever donations are received by Smart Approved Watermark - up to $5,000 - that’s 230,000 litres of water being delivered to farmers in need or nearly 1 full semi-trailer of hay.
“If we reach this target, that would mean together we’d get to deliver 460,000 litres of water or nearly two semi-trailers of hay.”
Any donations over $2 are tax deductible while to show our appreciation for donations of $20 or more, Smart WaterMark will post one of its educational water story books to the donor to share with friends and family.
Smart WaterMark’s backing for National Water Week - which runs from 21st to 27th October - has also seen the water efficiency advisory body coordinate generous donations from Terracottem, Hoselink and Hunter Industries to create a prize pool of almost $5000 to reward entrants in a schools’ water efficiency competition.
Coordinated by the Australian Water Association, National Water Week runs from 21st to 27th October with the theme ‘Water for me, Water for all’.
Click here for more information on National Water Week.
For more information on the Buy A Bale campaign go to www.buyabale.com.au
For more information on Smart WaterMark go to www.smartwatermark.org
13th September 2018 - NSW Office of Sport releases guidance on Managing sport surfaces during drought
5th August 2018 - NRL commits to backing for drought-affected farmers
27th June 2018 - Daisy Pool Covers launches new ThermoTech insulating foam range
14th June 2017 - Disastrous South African drought impacts fitness clubs
16th November 2016 - LIWA Aquatics wins Water Corporation Award for Water Efficiency Leadership
27th June 2016 - Climate change a massive threat to global heritage and tourism
1st February 2015 - Report suggests elite and grassroots sport at risk from climate change
7th June 2014 - Climate change threat to Australia’s snow industry
27th May 2014 - Daisy Pool Covers to introduce new products
6th October 2013 - Mount Isa splash pad operations threatened by drought
18th September 2009 - Zelbrite recognised for water saving benefits
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