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The #bigdrychallenge for drought relief

By Lyndsey Douglas

Ray White has launched a social media challenge to raise funds and awareness for drought across Australia. 

The challenge is for members of the network to consume a dry Weetbix as quickly as possible.

Each second taken to complete the challenge is worth $2 in donations to Drought Angels.

Participants film themselves, using Facebook live or pre-recording it, completing the challenge and announce their completion time.

They then nominate at least two additional participants and make a donation to Drought Angels based on their completion time.

Use the hashtags: #drought #droughtangels #bigdrychallenge

Donations are made here:

About Drought Angels: Farmers are some of the proudest people in Australia, but the reality is that during the drought they need a helping hand. Aussie Farmers are the backbone of our country and work tirelessly to put food on our tables, but in times like these, they need our help and support. Drought Angels is a not-for-profit charity, relying on public donations. Drought not only affects farmers but also community infrastructure, employment, businesses and services, tourism, mental health and public morale. Drought Angels supply affected farmers with a means to access day-to-day goods in the local community, and as a result they’re able to support the small businesses in keeping their doors open for business during tough times.

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