Nestlé offering $30,000 to support local communities

Nestlé Professional is offering three small businesses or community groups the chance to win $10,000 to invest in a local community initiative.

The new Serve Your Community promotion, which is in partnership with Rotary, is available to local community organisations across Australia who are seeking support for a project, initiative, or program that will have a positive impact on their community.

Kristina Czepl, General Manager at Nestlé Professional, said they want to recognise these organisations by contributing to local initiatives that will serve and support their community.

“At Nestlé Professional, we are proud to continue our partnership with Rotary to help support the people, businesses, and communities of Australia through Serve Your Community. After all, the communities of Australia power us too, especially ones like Gympie in Queensland, where Nescafé is made, or Smithtown in New South Wales, the home of Milo.”

To participate in the Serve Your Community Promotion, your business, club, or community organisation should have been in operation for at least two years and have less than 100 full-time employees.

The online application process involves answering four straightforward questions and providing a summary of the initiative that your business plans to invest $10,000 in, with the aim of improving service to the local community.

Entries will be reviewed by representatives from the Nestlé Professional and Rotary teams of Australia, who will be looking at how the initiative brings together and celebrates a diverse group of people, has the potential for growth, and how it will have a positive impact on the broader community.

The major prize of $10,000 will go to three business or organisations to invest in their community initiative, while ten other highly commended entrants will win a minor prize pack valued at $1,390 per prize.

The competition is now open and closes on 24 March 2023.

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