Wool broker Moses & Son is donating big bucks for butts

BEN and Jacqui Everdell, "Weddiah", Maimuru brought their wool into Moses & Son Young and chose the Young Yabbies Rugby Union Football Club as recipients of the Butts 4 Buck$ program.

BEN and Jacqui Everdell, "Weddiah", Maimuru brought their wool into Moses & Son Young and chose the Young Yabbies Rugby Union Football Club as recipients of the Butts 4 Buck$ program.

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Moses & Son is committed to supporting the communities it serves, helping raise funds for not-for-profit clubs and organisations.

In October 2016 Moses & Son launched Butts 4 Buck$, a program aimed at giving back to organisations and clubs that support the business.

So far over $20,000 has now been donated to 47 not-for-profits in the Riverina and Central West, with Tumbarumba FNC, Weethalle Rodeo & Gymkhana Committee, Kurrajong, Can Assist Temora, Bland District Historical Society and the West Wyalong Men’s Shed to receive cheques for over $1000.

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Farmers wanting to help support a club or not-for-profit organisation can drop off their “cash” wool (butts, bags) to Moses & Son.

Moses & Son will then pay the farmer the full amount for their wool and donate 10c/kg to the registered organisation of choice.

For more information about the Butts 4 Buck$ program or to register your organisation as a recipient, visit www.mosesandson.com.au, or phone the Temora office on 6977 3100.

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