RAISING DOUGH: Biloela Domino's staff Robert Donat, Franchise Owner Tash Sheppard and Kirsten Murrell will be raising money for flood affected victims.
RAISING DOUGH: Biloela Domino's staff Robert Donat, Franchise Owner Tash Sheppard and Kirsten Murrell will be raising money for flood affected victims. Glen Porteous

Raising dough for Townsville flood victims

DOMINO'S pizza has announced all of its Queensland stores will band together to raise much-needed dough in a state-wide 'Doughraiser' on February 13 donating $1 from every pizza sold.

Biloela Domino's will be doing its bit to help with Franchise Owner Tash Sheppard determined to raise money for the Townsville flood victims.

"It's good so we can help up north a bit and even some of the Domino stores in the flood affected areas are helping to feed people in evacuation centres,” Tash said.

"A dollar from every pizza sold from 4pm to 9pm today will go towards raising money for them.”

All funds raised during the Doughraiser will be donated to the Australian Red Cross' Disaster Relief and Recovery fund that supports Red Cross' work in domestic emergencies.

Domino's confirmed its own registered charity, Give fro Good would also match money raised through the Doughraiser to the value of $25,000.

Domino's hopes to donate in excess of $50,000 for Red Cross.

For more information about Red Cross visit www.redcross.org.au/disaters .


School students tuck into delicious morning Brekky Club

School students tuck into delicious morning Brekky Club

There are plans to extend it to more days and help the students out

Paying the favour forward for North Qld flood victims

Paying the favour forward for North Qld flood victims

Kariboe Street Collective or Theodore Home and Garden Cafe drop off

Cyclone Oma needed to go north to deliver desperate rainfall

Cyclone Oma needed to go north to deliver desperate rainfall

The weekend weather is expected to be hot and partly cloudy