This year’s drought is considered the worst in over 70 years. Farmers across Australia have been attempting to keep their farms going.
It’s dry out here, it’s relentless and can be heartbreaking seeing the devastation.
This week our Bush Chaplain, Phill Matthew hit the road. Over four days of hard and dusty travel, Phill met with local families and identified their critical needs.
Despite what you hear in the media, not every farmer needs feed. Frontier Services works with both skilled volunteers and our Bush Chaplains to ensure we continue to empower farmers to stay on the land for generations to come.
When you host a Great Outback BBQ, money you raise helps empower our farmers, giving them practical support when they need it most. Let’s give them a hand up not a hand out.
As the Great Outback BBQ season approaches in September, why not fire up your barbie with your friends and raise money for those doing it tough in the bush?