HELPING HAND: Helloworld Ipswich has launched its Seeds to Grow community donation program.
HELPING HAND: Helloworld Ipswich has launched its Seeds to Grow community donation program. Contributed

Helloworld plants the seeds to grow Ipswich

COMMUNITY groups, sporting clubs and local charities are set to receive a much-needed boost, thanks to Helloworld Ipswich's new Seeds to Grow community donation program.

Helloworld Ipswich manager Suraj Arachchige said he felt proud to lead the program, which would see 1% of every travel booking go towards customers' nominated community cause.

"This means each time someone books their travel with Helloworld Ipswich City Mall, they are also supporting their local community," he said.

"We love to give back to the local community we call home.

"Our aim is to find and support the unsung heroes rather than to big groups who always get the limelight.

"We hope people will see some groups they never knew existed and develop a newfound appreciation for what goes on in their neck of the woods."

Mr Arachchige said he was looking for local groups, schools and charities to nominate for the Seeds to Grow program.

Visit Helloworld in Ipswich City Mall to collect an application form.

Email your application to Ipswichcitymall@

helloworld.com.au or post it to Seeds to Grow Community Support Program, PO Box 925, Ipswich, Qld 4305.

Phone 3202 3355 for more.


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