Lending a Helping Hand


We love to support charities and local communities and appreciate the hard work that's put into organising fundraising events.

This is how we've helped recently:

  • Bloody Long Walk -- a 35km walk from Victoria Park to Brighton in Victoria, funds were raised for Mitochondrial Disease (MITO) which is a debilitating genetic disorder that robs the body’s cells of energy, causing multiple organ dysfunction or failure and potentially death. It affects 1 in 200 people.

  • Essence of Hope

  • Old Noarlunga Football Club

  • St Francis Xavier Primary

  • Wyong Catholic Parish" Spring Fair"

At Anathoth Farm are delighted to lend a helping hand across the Tasman where possible through product sponsorship. If you are a local Australian school or charity who may be seeking jams for your Devonshire Tea stand, spot prizes for your Quiz Night, or relishes for your Hot Ham Sandwich stall at your upcoming gala, contact us!  Criteria applies. To find out more follow this link.

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Feb 03, 2015

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