Woolworths to donate 300, 000 education resources to schools
Woolworths Earn and Learn Sunrise event at Arranounbai School in Frenchs Forest. 26th February 2018. Photograph Dallas Kilponen/PPR
More than 300, 000 educational resources will be delivered to Australian schools from this week as part of the Woolworths Earn and Learn program.
Woolworths’ Earn and Learn program allows shoppers to collect stickers from Woolworths that can be used in exchange for school supplies for their nominated school.
Woolworths store managers will be delivering a variety of educational resources to schools including sporting, math, art, science and technology equipment.
Director of Marketing at Woolworths, Andrew Hicks, said it is a privilege to be able to deliver the educational equipment and resources.
“Thank you to everyone in the community for your efforts in collecting stickers as part of the program,” Hicks said.
“As a result of your contribution, the Woolworths Earn & Learn program has delivered over $50 million in school equipment since it started in 2011 to support the next generation of Aussies.”
According to a CREST foodservice market research report for the NPD group, the consumption of alcoho...
Australia’s supermarkets can thank My Kitchen Rules for boosting their bottom lines, with new resear...
An individual’s sense of smell may be key to losing or gaining weight a new study has found.
Bulla is now selling frozen custard in the freezer aisle of Australian supermarkets.
The average Australian is spending $90 a month on fast food a Commonwealth Bank survey has found.
Popular New Zealand Oob Organic smoothie mixes are now available in Australia.
After the latest poor results, Australian retailer David Jones head John Dixon, has exited the compa...
HERE’s our top ten list of national and international news briefs.