Stone & Wood’s inGrained Foundation donates $150K

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This week, Stone & Wood and the inGrained Foundation will be donating $150,000 for immediate and ongoing disaster relief throughout the Northern Rivers.

Divided among grassroots organisations, the funds will be forwarded to those who are working directly with the community in highly affected areas.

In further assistance to the region, the return of the annual inGrained Foundation Grants Round is launching later this month. Not-for-profits from the Northern Rivers and Clarence Valley will be able to apply for medium-sized grants to assist with longer term projects, which can include flood recovery projects. This year’s total grants pool has been increased to $200,000 with more details to be released shortly.

Established in Byron Bay in 2008, Stone & Wood proudly considers the Northern Rivers region their heartland, with most of their workforce working and residing within the region.

On the ground, Stone & Wood staff have spent the week helping to protect, salvage and recover as much as possible amongst their families, friends and the wider community. This will be an ongoing journey for the entire region, one which Stone & Wood will continue to support.

For locals, the Stone & Wood Byron and Brisbane Tasting Rooms have both reopened and are serving fresh beers and food for those seeking respite. The Byron Brewery will be holding a fundraiser this Sunday, 13 March with all profits going toOrange Skywho are doing some amazing work on the ground in flood affected areas.

Stone & Wood’s main production hub, the Murwillumbah Brewery, is slowly coming back to life as roads to and from the area clear and the Stone & Wood team can safely return to work.

Stone & Wood are proud to be part of such a strong and resilient community and appreciate the recovery journey will be a long road ahead.

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