Scudda and Maddie go goal to goal with food cans for the Riverland

Regional radio breakfast duo, Scudda & Maddie, have just donated over 4,500 cans to Foodbank SA, after creating the Riverland’s longest line of cans across a football oval.

Broadcasting in South Australia’s Riverland region on Magic 93.1, Jonathan “Scudda” Skewes and Maddie Jarosz set out to create the Riverland’s longest line of food cans across the Berri Oval.

Their goal was to make a single line, goal post to goal post, and thanks to the overwhelming listener response, they were able to go across and back, with hundreds of cans to spare.

The line was started and completed during the breakfast show on Friday morning, with Scudda & Maddie broadcasting from the oval for the entire show.

Foodbank SA attended the event and were absolutely blown away by the efforts on the day, with over 50 businesses contributing, as well as countless individuals coming to the oval during the show to donate cans.

Reflecting on the event, Maddie said “It was so amazing to see the community come together and support this great cause. I never thought we would achieve our goal let alone do it twice with cans to spare! I cannot thank the Riverland community enough, and I am so thankful for all the hard work Foodbank do for people in need”

Scudda added that “We do a lot of crazy stunts for the show, but not many leave us with this feeling! The feeling that we’ve given back to the community on the level that we did here. Plus, what a great way to start the day… 20,000 steps in before midday!”



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