Buy a Bale – Sanitair Lake Macquarie and Sanitair Central Coast donating $20 for every premium clean in August

Buy A Bale – for drought affected farmers.

So many farmers out there are doing it really tough at the moment, Trent and Elisa Barnett from Sanitair Lake Macquarie and Sanitair Central Coast are donating $20 for every Premium HVAC Hygiene  in August to help raise vital funds for Rural Aid. The not-for-profit organisation does amazing work in supporting farming communities through programs like Buy a Bale, which delivers hay for cattle feed and other essential items.

“These farmers are fellow Australians, so it’s important we do what we can to help.”

Are you thinking about getting your air conditioner professionally cleaned?

How about also doing your bit to help our Aussie farmers who are struggling at the moment?

How Sanitair Lake Macquarie and Sanitair Central Coast are getting involved?

Trent and Elisa love giving back to their local community, for the month of August they are donating $20 for every Premium Air Con clean towards ‘Buy a Bale’ to support the farming community affected by the drought.

The money sponsored will provide emotional and practical support to families affected by this devastating drought and improve their quality of life.

Sanitair Central Coast  and Sanitair Lake Macquarie will donate $20 (a bale of hay) to Buy A Bale from every premium service booked and cleaned in August.  See what you get for your money here Premium HVAC Hygiene 

These donations go directly to farmers and their families who are experiencing the prolonged drought conditions and support immediate needs like household expenses. Every dollar that is donated goes directly to those who need it most. We encourage others to visit https://www.buyabale.com.au/donate/ and add to the effort.

Call Trent or Elisa 1800 130 168 – if you reside in Lake Macquarie or Central Coast NSW.

Sanitair Lake Macquarie & Sanitair Central Coast

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Sanitair donates

Sanitair donates funds to Cystic Fibrosis Australia’s research for a cure!  

May was National Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. Across the country, thousands of volunteers came together to raise awareness about this devastating disease and share their story of hope and progress.

Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is a relatively common inherited disease in which from infancy there are recurrent chest infections causing lung damage, intestinal malabsorption leading to severe malnutrition and growth failure, and there is an excess of salt in the sweat. Untreated, the condition is usually fatal in infancy or early childhood. With treatment, the average life expectancy of people who live to adulthood is about 37 years and this is increasing. (Credit: Cystic Fibrosis Australia)

 

Facts about Cystic Fibrosis

  • There is currently no cure
  • In Australia, one in 2,500 babies are born with CF, that’s one every four days
  • There are over a Million carriers of CF in Australia
  • Since 1986, all newborns have been subject to a heel prick test for diagnosis
  • People with CF are not encouraged to socialise with each other. The risk of cross-infection and exacerbation of lung conditions is too great. CF can be a lonely existence.

 

Sanitair donates to Cystic Fibrosis Australia

For the month of May, a number of local Sanitair technicians donated a percentage of every Premium Split System Service they carried out. The funds go toward Cystic Fibrosis Australia’s 65 Roses national fundraising campaign to be used as research for a cure.

Sanitair Australia CEO, Craig Jefferies presents Justine Foulkes on behalf of Cystic Fibrosis Australia with a cheque for $1079.00.

This donation was made possible with thanks to Todd and Mel Kelly, Sanitair Townsville and the fundraising efforts of their fellow Sanitair licensees;

Todd Kelly – Sanitair Townsville

Graham Sundin -Sanitair Northern Rivers

Trent Barnett – Sanitair Central Coast

Shaun Ellwood – Sanitair Gold Coast

Johno Greatbatch – Sanitair Orange

David Chen – Sanitair Chatswood

David McGlashan – Sanitair Adelaide

Gerry Duff – Sanitair Brisbane

Jim Collins – Sanitair Tweed Heads

Philip Tiedemann – Sanitair Fraser Coast

Robert Green – Sanitair Tasmania

John Fleay – Sanitair Sunshine Coast

David Levy – Sanitair Port Macquarie

Joe McGrail-Bateup – Sanitair Canberra

 


 

Company details: Since 2005, Sanitair Australia have been Cleaning and Sanitising all brands and types of air conditioning systems, specialising in Split System Air Conditioning which includes Hi wall, 4 Way, Under Ceiling and Floor Cassettes. Sanitair also provides specialist maintenance for both Domestic and Commercial Ducted air conditioning systems. Sanitair technicians are located in every state and territory of Australia.

Contact Details: 07 5523 2228

Location: Australia wide | Head office: Tweed Heads, NSW 2486

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