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Chip In For A Cause

Lifeline Darling Downs has launched a special local initiative, ‘Chip in for a Cause’ with Betty’s Burgers at Grand Central in Toowoomba.

Derek Tuffield OAM and Josh Patane, Operations Manager Betty’s Burgers sitting down to a serving of fries and chips

Throughout the month of November, one dollar from very French Fries purchased at Betty’s Burgers will be donated to Lifeline Darling Downs to help provide additional support for their vital Family  Support Services.

“We are so grateful to Betty’s Burgers for getting behind Lifeline Darling Downs and our Family Support Services. Families are struggling at the moment. Christmas, which is just around the corner, is traditionally a challenging time for our organisation with increased demand from struggling families and individuals, Requests for help with food parcels has been increasing all year, and meeting this demand is a constant challenge for Lifeline.”

“We encourage the community to support Betty’s Burgers and this wonderful initiative, as all funds raised through ‘Chip in for a Cause’ will help us continue our vital family services,” Lifeline Darling Downs CEO, Derek Tuffield OAM said.

Betty’s Burgers Managing Director Troy McDonagh said “We are honoured to work with Lifeline Darling Downs to do our bit to help local families in need by running our ‘Chip in for a Cause’ drive.

Purchases can be made at Betty’s Burgers, Grand Central Shopping Centre, Toowoomba seven days a week, with all profits raised going towards Lifeline Darling Downs’ family counselling services, emergency relief and school resource assistance.

For more on this initiative nd other Lifeline Darling Downs services and programs visit

Submitted by:
Kirsten McGovern
Manager Fundraising & Marketing
E: [email protected]



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