CHARITY:Domino's staff Robert Donat and Kirsten Murrell Proud of the effort work crew put in.
CHARITY:Domino's staff Robert Donat and Kirsten Murrell Proud of the effort work crew put in. Glen Porteous

Biloela Domino's charity dough-raising success

BILOELA Domino's put in a 'Dough Raising' effort to help raise money for the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund.

Franchisee owner Tash Sheppard said it was great to see the Biloela community support the state-wide 'Dough Raiser'.

"There was a higher than average demand and the staff were extremely busy on night working with orders,” Tash said.

"All the money raised will go towards Australian Red Cross to help out flood victims.”

Last Wednesday, 191 Domino's stores across Queensland donated $1 for every pizza sold between 4-9pm and raised $75,000.

Domino's CEO for Australia and New Zealand Nick Knight said fellow Queenslanders in North Queensland were doing it tough right now and they wanted to support them by raising vital funds for the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund.

"We want to thank everyone who showed their support by buying a pizza and helping us to achieve this amazing result for the Red Cross,” Mr Knight said.

"Getting in and feeding people in times of need is something we can do to help when the times are really challenging like we are currently seeing in North Queensland.”

Mr Knight also said rural communities and disaster relief were a key focus to Domino's registered charity, Give for Good.


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