Together we have already raised enough funds to broadcast Make it Possible during MasterChef in Sydney and Melbourne on Monday night! Usually this type of advertising is reserved for the most powerful corporations. But on Monday we are taking over tv screens on behalf of every voiceless battery hen; every distressed mother pig; and on behalf of each and every factory farmed animal who deserves a life worth living.
P.S. I thought you’d like to know that Coles reports that its customers were jumping at the opportunity to support Make it Possible. One third of all bags sold out in just a day! We’ve put our own Make it Possible bags on special, with free postage. So you can buy yours online and take it to Coles the next time you shop 🙂
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