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11yo Jack Berne takes over hosting duties from Ben Fordham

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11-year-old Fiver for a Farmer founder Jack Berne has taken over hosting duties from Ben Fordham this afternoon, and we think he’s done a bang-up job!

Jack’s organisation has now raised over $2 million for our drought-stricken farmers, and he’s even been to visit some farms with Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Today he had the opportunity to take over from Ben and interview a range of people about how tough our farmers are doing it in the drought, and how we can help.

Jack was particularly interested in the ‘Bust the Dust’ Raindance event, where school students from Australia and all over the world are uniting on Friday 13 December to dance for rain in drought-affected regions.

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For more information about Fiver for a Farmer CLICK HERE

To get involved in the ‘Bust The Dust’ Raindance CLICK HERE



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