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In 2022, a limited number of the famous Darrell Lea milk chocolate Bilbies will make their way onto Woolworths shelves.
Even better every chocolate Bilby you buy helps raise money for the Save the Bilby Fund. 20 cents from every purchase will help the national breeding program and support the Save The Bilby Funds’ mission to have 10,000 Bilbies in the population by 2030.
Darrell Lea dream of saving Bilbies from extinction in our lifetimes and helping has never been more delicious, made with smooth and creamy milk chocolate.
We are really excited to be working with Darrell Lea again as a major fund-raising partner for Save The Bilby Fund. The funds raised by Darrell Lea selling Australian made chocolate Bilbies will enable us to continue the important Bilby conservation work that we are doing.
Save The Bilby Fund – Sara Mansfield
Darrell Lea first partnered with Save the Bilby Fund in 2001 to help raise funds for the conservation of Bilbies. Now the Darrell Lea Bilby is back & are proud to be working with Save The Bilby Fund again to help make it better for this amazing little Aussie marsupial.
How can you help?
Eat chocolate! Well eat one of Darrell Leas’ chocolate Bilbies. You can also learn more and donate directly at savethebilbyfund.com.au
The Rabbitohs TV team are ecstatic that the flood relief shipment we helped organise has arrived safely in Lismore and is being delivered to people in town.
The shipment was donated thanks to our partners Darrell Lea and Banabi Water with thanks to Adam Matteson, Adam Cosgrove, the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Whale Logistics, Marist Bros RLFC Lismore, Nissan Lismore & all the volunteers who assisted with distribution.
Botany resident Rachael Smith sprang into action at the start of COVID-19 to provide local families in need with essential groceries.
She teamed up with Alt Saints General Store to launch Pantry4ThePeople, where people can help themselves to donated items as needed. Rachael’s motto is: Take what you need, give what you can.” Anyone from the community is welcome to use the pantry and can discreetly take items at night if they wish.
Rachael aims to ensure that people always have access to a meal and that school lunch boxes are never empty. People can also request items, which Rachael sources and hand delivers to their homes.
With the help of her family, Rachael has secured regular donations from local businesses and uses social media to encourage members of the community to participate.
Now Rachael has her eye on future sustainability and has initiated community fruit and vegetable gardens to supply the pantry.
“We speak to many people at the pantry and feel proud when we hear how grateful they are,” says Rachael.
She feels humbled and emotional about being nominated as a Westfield Local Hero. “In a very short time, the feeling of community and inclusivity has far exceeded any of our initial expectations.” Westfield online.
“Great work I see people using this service often.” Local bus driver Scott Hoskin