Triple M Sydney’s Moonman in the Morning are throwing their support behind drought-stricken farmers with a visit to the NSW Central West towns of Dubbo, Parkes and Orange next week.
Lawrence Mooney, Jess Eva, Gus Worland and Chris Page are on a mission to share the stories of the famers and regional communities during these tough times, to understand firsthand what they are suffering, and to encourage those in the city areas to give a helping hand where they can.
Through his mental health charity Gotcha 4 Life, Gus Worland will host a series of mental health chats to get the local community talking about the emotional strains they are going through and provide some tips to help them.
Lawrence ‘Moonman’ Mooney will bring the comedic relief with a stand-up comedy show in Dubbo and Parkes.
Triple M Sydney have partnered with Coles who have teamed up with the Country Women’s Association (CWA) to distribute grants to drought-affected farming families across Australia to help cover household expenses such as food, medical, electricity and water bills.