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In the lead up to Easter, Be Slavery Free is asking people to offset the human cost of their chocolate by donating the difference between current store prices for chocolate and a living income price for cocoa farmers. Here's why ...
The Covid-19 crisis is affecting charities and the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), which provides services to over 3,000 refugees and asylum seekers a year in its two centres at Parramatta and Westmead, is in urgent need of donations of food, money and volunteers.
Australians typically spend more than A$200 million on chocolate over Easter. To ensure children, farmers and the environment don't suffer during its production, Be Slavery Free recommends buying chocolate from companies that are trying to do the right thing.