Woolworths' annual Victorian wall token fundraising efforts begin

FUNDRAISING: Woolworths Horsham store manager Mick Eltze holding football-shaped tokens that will be displayed on the supermarket wall. Picture: DAINA OLIVER

FUNDRAISING: Woolworths Horsham store manager Mick Eltze holding football-shaped tokens that will be displayed on the supermarket wall. Picture: DAINA OLIVER

WOOLWORTHS Horsham, Ararat and Stawell expect to be kicking goals during the annual Victorian wall token fundraising efforts. 

Group manager Brad Harle said he encouraged customers to purchase the football-shaped wall tokens while completing their grocery shopping. He said each token would be displayed in stores to show support. 

“We’re proud to support such an important cause in a fun way,” Mr Harle said.

“We expect to kick some fantastic goals for Blue Ribbon Day again this year.” 

Woolworths partnered with the Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation, with all money raised to help the foundation benefit Victoria’s public hospitals. 

The fundraising efforts will continue until Tuesday, October 3. 

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