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Financial boost for farmers

Drought Angels co-founder and Glennie Old Girl, Natasha Johnston, took delight in returning to The Glennie School to take delivery of a $4,500 cheque from the Glennie Parents and Friends’ Association.

This donation represents the incredible support received from the School and broader Toowoomba community’s patronage of The Glennie Fair held in March this year.

“Glennie has a compassionate community and recognises the plight of rural families and businesses. It is heart-warming to see our annual event continue to support those in need,” said Mark Ryan, Glennie Parents and Friends’ Association President.

Drought Angels is a small charity run by people with big hearts, supporting Aussie farmers and rural communities with meaningful and personalised assistance. “These funds will be converted to VISA debit cards and will go a long way to providing a financial boost to farmers in need,” said Natasha.

Glennie looks forward to hosting another successful event in 2020.

Photo L-R: Natasha Johnston (Glennie Old Girl and Drought Angels Co-founder), Lauren Ryan (Year 10 student), Mrs Kim Cohen (Glennie Principal) and Mark Ryan (Glennie Parents and Friends’ Association President).