The Fishers of Men Ministry is a locally run not for profit charity that offers valuable services to the community including a homeless service, rehabilitation centre and a street van service, and has been run by local volunteers Bobby and Branwen Mearns since 2004.
Domino’s Springwood Store Manager Liane Milligan said the store was glad to be able to support ‘The Fishers of Men Ministry’.
“We are proud to raise much needed funds for this amazing local community group and support people in need in our area,” said Liane.
“As a small not for profit organisation, the Fishers of Men rely on community donations to keep their programs running.
“Thanks to our support they will be able to keep these programs alive and continue doing their fantastic work in the community.”
Co-founder of ‘The Fishers of Men Ministry’ Branwen Mearns said that they were amazed at the support Domino’s had offered their organisation.
“We are so happy to have Domino’s Springwood running a doughraiser for us,” said Branwen.
“The funds raised will go towards operating our street van service, and also funding the rehabilitation service we run.”
Liane said that Domino’s Springwood was happy to support the organisation through their doughraiser program.
“Locally owned and operated, we strongly believe in giving back to the community and lending a helping hand where we can,” she said.
“It’s a great thing to know that you are having a positive impact on the local area, and we hope that the Springwood community gets behind us by purchasing a pizza on Monday 15 October.”
Domino’s Springwood is hoping to raise $200 for ‘The Fishers of Men Ministry’.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd and its franchisees have 560 stores across Australia and New Zealand, employing more than 16,000 part-time and full-time staff and making more than 60 million pizzas each year.
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