No one wants to admit they’re doing it tough and farmers are some of the hardest working, proudest people in Australia. But sometimes they need our help. Aussie Helpers stays in touch with hundred’s of farming families to improve their wellbeing and ensure their survival through the good times and the bad.
Aussie Helpers has been operating in the bush since 2002, and continually works hard to significantly improve the lives of families living in the Australian Outback.
Aussie Helpers Founder, and Australian of the Year nominee, Brian Egan said; “We’re thrilled to have the support of Ivory Coat Companion Goods. We know the value people in the bush place on their working dogs. It’s often said one working dog does the work of three men”.
“ Supporting our hard working farmers is a privilege. Although it can be challenging, it never stops being rewarding.
Seeing people smile again, it makes our job worthwhile and inspiring.”Aussie Helpers
Care. Share. Respect.
Aussie Helpers work around these three principals. They are staffed solely by volunteers; are not aligned with any other charities; and have no religious affiliations or government funding.
It’s for these reasons that Ivory Coat Companion Goods will donate 5% of dry food volume sold, as stock feed to assist farmers, their livestock and, of course, their working dogs and companions.*
With your help we aim to reach our target of 160,000 kgs!