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Herd of Hope “drive” to Bondi

Herd of Hope “drive” to Bondi

Want to make a real difference?

Join us in support of the Herd of Hope charity cattle drive on Bondi Beach!The Herd of Hope is an Australian not-for-profit registered charity that has started a fantastic and very unusual initiative to promote regional organ and tissue donation awareness across Australia.  

The Herd of Hope consists of a mixed herd of Australian cattle being driven across and then staying the day to enjoy the sun and sand of Bondi Beach on Saturday 17 March 2018.  The cattle drive consisting of 40 head will touch the sands of Bondi Beach around 6 am – until well into the early afternoon. The entire day is aiming to raise money and awareness in support of regional organ and tissue donations. The funds raised will be going to support areas identified by University of South Australia research to establish regional transplant and donor family care nurses, as well as offering therapy to family and recipients when they most need it.

Herd of Hope Cattle on Bondi Beach

AgriWebb is very excited to be participating in support of such a great cause! We encourage rural Australians and the agriculture industry to join us. This is a public event and everyone in Australia can participate by either sponsoring a cow, making a donation or partnering and/or supporting the event. For more info head over to the Herd of Hope website.

For those in Sydney promises to be a never seen spectacle before so head over to Bondi Beach to support this great cause. Please check the full event details on Herd of Hope Facebook page.

Finally here is a great video that highlights the story behind made by Australian Yahoo Sunrise News.

Follow our cow with the Hashtag #WeightGoals and the full event under #HerdofHope #CowsOnBondi


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