‘RAINMAKERS’ TEAM BUILDING PROGRAM
DROUGHT ANGELS SUPPORTS FARMERS AND THEIR FAMILIES IMPACTED BY NATURAL DISASTERS SO THAT THE PEOPLE WHO PUT THE FOOD ON OUR TABLES HAVE FOOD ON THEIR OWN.
net profit from each event goes to our charity partners - min $500+GST
Drought Angels ‘Rainmakers’ is An exciting hybrid between team building and corporate volunteering, built to mobilise your people for good.
What’s the session’s main focus?
Supporting our Aussie farmers and celebrating country culture.
How is it delivered?
1. Either in-person and hybrid over 3 hours – at your office, or any venue of your choosing such as a conference venue or a hotel.
2. Or online over 2 hours – whether people are spread geographically over the region, or simply working from home.
How will my team benefit?
Your colleagues will get a unique insight into this amazing charity and the opportunity to self-reflect and draw parallels from how Drought Angels operate with their own team and work environments by: exploring the unique nuances of Aussie country culture; understanding the scope of challenges and natural disasters Aussie farmers face and the impact this has on their mental health; appreciating how much we rely on them for our way of living and using these insights to brainstorm practical ways to work better as a team.
How will Drought Angels benefit?
As we’re in partnership with Drought Angels, they receive 50% of the net profit from every session, which translates to at least $500 plus GST for every session. So, in addition to creating food hampers in the session, your people are also making a financial difference to Drought Angels helping them support our Aussie farmers.
GET IN TOUCH AND TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND INSPIRE YOUR PEOPLE FOR GOOD.
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About Drought Angels
Drought Angels was established in 2014 to respond to the needs of primary producers impacted by prolonged drought, initially in Queensland. Since then, Drought Angels has expanded to provide financial assistance, food hampers, care packs, and mental wellbeing support to over 4,700 primary producers affected by all natural disasters (drought, flood, fire, and plagues) in over 1,300 communities across Australia.
The frequency and severity of natural disasters means many farmers are at risk of losing their farm or walking away. According to a 2021 study, one farmer completes suicide every 10 days (59% higher than the rate among non-farmers). Drought Angels seeks to reduce this through phone conversations and on-farm visits. By supporting these farmers to stay on the land through assistance tailored to their individual needs, Drought Angels contributes to Australia’s regional economies, food security and the social wellbeing of rural communities.