For the month of October The Common Good is hoping all burger lovers will succumb to their burger cravings at Grill’d Westfield Chermside.
Why? Well, if you head into this North Brisbane store between now and October 31 you can satisfy your burger cravings AND support The Common Good at the same time.
There are three charity jars each month at the store as part of the Local Matters initiative, and this month we are lucky to have one of them.
The Local Matters initiative was devised so that Grill’d could give back to the local community.
The concept is simple. When you order a burger, you will receive one token to vote with.
You can then place your vote for the charity or cause of your choice by putting the token inside the corresponding jar.
At the end of the month, the jar or cause with the most tokens will receive $300. The other two will receive $100 each.
If you are a North Brisbane local, you may have dined at this Grill’d store in the past and you or someone you love may have been cared for by the medical professionals at The Prince Charles Hospital.
For those locals who haven’t needed care at the hospital yet, you may in the future.
The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation started supporting medical research in 1986. Nowadays, The Common Good – an initiative of The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation - continues to support medical research which results in real and lifechanging breakthroughs in the areas of heart disease, lung disease, dementia, and mental health.
We also back hospital innovation projects which aim to improve patient care, comfort, and recovery.
Would you like to find out more about the projects strengthening our local hospitals? Click here.
To volunteer your time, you can view our upcoming volunteering opportunities here and express your interest.
Published: 5 October, 2022
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