10-year-old’s incredible plight to help our farmers
When 10-year-old Jack heard about how tough life is for our farmers during the drought, he decided he had to do something about it.
Jack Berne has already raised over $1.5 million through his fundraiser Fiver for a Farmer, which supports the charities Drought Angels and Rural Aid.
This year, Jack is encouraging everyone to dress up as a farmer on August 2 and donate $5 to drought-stricken farmers.
He joined Ben Fordham in studio, telling him he’d recently visited a farm in Queensland and was amazed by the farmers he met.
“They are the happiest people you will ever meet. They never have a frown on their face.
“They always say this one thing, which is ‘I am not the worst’.
“And it’s true sometimes they aren’t the worst, but I think that doesn’t mean they can’t ask for help. They can ask for help.”
NOW | Jack Berne is no ordinary 11-year-old boy.
He is the mastermind behind ‘A Fiver for a Farmer’ – a fundraising campaign that has raised more than $1.5 million dollars!
He joins @BenFordham on @2GB873 https://t.co/TuxiL26Oq2 pic.twitter.com/eB9WsO9bYw
— Ben Fordham Show (@SydneyLive2GB) July 26, 2019
Ben even promises that his whole team will join in on the fun and dress like farmers next Friday!
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Click PLAY below to see Jack explain his cause
To donate to Fiver for a Farmer CLICK HERE