Fundraising

promote agriculture fund

WAFarmers, Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association, Livestock & Rural Transport Association of WA, Stud Merino Breeders Association of WA and the WA Shearing Industry Association have formed a working group to collectively build finances through a Promote Agriculture Fund, formally being promoted as the Industry Fighting Fund. 

The working group is coordinating the Promote Agriculture Fund as a collective effort, not only to raise much needed additional funds, but to demonstrate to the government that the current uncertainty around the live sheep trade has significant knock-on effects to a wide range of industries. 

We are calling for all parties to help us build the sufficient resources to market the agricultural industry and educate the general, non-agricultural population in order to restore the good name and reputations of farmers country wide. 

The finances raised through the relaunched Promote Agriculture Fund will be used for the positive promotion and protection of our industry.  The working group aims to build a pool of funds that will allow us to strategically advocate on behalf of the industry to State and Federal decision makers and to positively promote the industry to the general public. 

Finances will be also be used to support and provide resources for an expert marketing strategy and advertising campaign.  

The working group will continue to pursue possibilities of working with all industry parties to further strengthen the industry. 

We thoroughly appreciate your support and will continue to work for the betterment of our live export industry and the wider agricultural community. 

DONATE TO THE PROMOTE AGRICULTURE FUND

or 

Post a bank cheque to PO Box 556, Belmont, 6984

or 

Bank transfer to the following account, ensure you include your surname as the reference

BSB: 036 022

Account Number: 449 495

testimonials

The Commercial Egg Producers Association of WA Inc represents WA egg producers and has been affiliated with WAFarmers since 1995, using their position to advocate for members at State Government level.

John Simpson