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With a sackful of cash, Santos Organics are asking the public to nominate a local not-for-profit organisation who are ‘doing great things for the planet and people in our community.’

Organisers say, ‘Every week, many of the Santos Organics team salary sacrifice one per cent of their wage to help local not-for-profit organisations.’ 

‘The next Santos Organics team grant sees $13,650 in wages being more than matched by Santos Organics to total a whopping $30,000 soon to be donated to great causes!’

To nominate your chosen environmental or social not-for-profit organisation, visit www.santosorganics.com.au/grants. Nominations close 5pm November 16.


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