The Big Breakfast heads west to support rural communities doing it tough. Whilst they don’t have the power to make it rain, Triple M’s Big Breakfast with Marto, Robin, Nick Cody and sports all-rounder (and former western Queensland local) Ben ‘Dobbo’ Dobbin, along with Rural Aid, will head west on a very special radio road trip to three rural Queensland towns to Lend a Hand for the Land.
Over three days, the team will broadcast from Charleville, St George and Roma, sharing the locals’ stories on-air, raising much-needed funds and giving people some well-deserved laughs when Nick Cody puts on a free comedy show for the community each night.
In the last 10 years alone, Kellogg has provided 3 billion servings of food to people in need, supported 329,000 farmers through climate-smart agriculture programs and reduced greenhouse gas emissions to the equivalent of taking 317 million miles off the road2.
“Today, the number of people affected by food insecurity is staggering. There are more than 820 million hungry people in the world1, the majority of whom are women and girls. As a leading global plant-based food company, achieving food security is at the heart of Kellogg Company’s commitment to society.” said Chairman and CEO, Steve Cahillane when announcing its Corporate Responsibility Report, Creating Better Days.
On Wednesday May 8, 2019 a convoy of 275 cars and 550 participants will leave Optus Stadium in Perth to start the 10th Anniversary Shitbox Rally (Autumn). The 10-day rally will travel 5000+kms via Uluru and finish at Centennial Park in Sydney on Friday May 17.
250 teams of two have spent endless hours sourcing and decorating their shitboxes (aka cars worth less than $1,000), furiously fundraising and preparing for this epic Aussie adventure which will see them drive over 5,000 kilometres across four states. Some cars will make it, some won’t.