Christmas is a time for giving and The Mini Farm Project has a special way to make your gift count even more.
Introducing Secret Santa Ecards, which enable you to donate a box of produce to feed a family in need this holiday season.
Instead of the traditional gift-giving approach for trinkets that may go to waste, you can make a lasting impact by giving a box of fresh produce to those in need.
The Secret Santa Ecard is not only a heartfelt gesture, its environmentally friendly with a near-zero carbon footprint. Recipients also receive an animated Ecard in their email.
"I wanted to create a product with meaning for Secret Santa,” Nick Steiner, founder of The Mini Farm Project, said.
“I always received something I did not want and it usually ends up in the bin. This year, I created our Secret Santa Ecard to make a difference."
The cost of living pushing many to seek help from charities for food. In fact, more than 70 per cent of people accessing food relief services this year had never done so before.
The Mini Farm Project – dedicated to ‘Building Farms to Feed Aussies in Need’ - has farms in Samford and Loganlea State High School, with plans for more.
Its goal is to provide fresh and sustainable free food sources for those in need each week.
So, why not change the way you give this holiday season? Rather than buying a trinket, choose to donate a box of produce to help feed a family.
“Let's embrace the spirit of giving and together we can make this Christmas a truly special and heartwarming experience for everyone, especially those in need,” Nick Steiner said.
“Secret Santa Ecards from The Mini Farm Project are here to transform your holiday gift-giving into an opportunity for compassion and generosity.”
Order Secret Santa Ecards here - https://mfp.org.au/collections/ecards
You can also join Queensland’s largest food relief campaign now.
For as little as a $3.70 a month tax deductible donation you can help create up to 500,000 meals to feed people in need in our communities.
Help Fight Hunger today - https://bit.ly/500000mealscampaign and Feed an Aussie in need or feed the ATO.
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