Our Community Rewards program is designed to support local not for profit and community organisations by donating a percentage of what customers spend in-store. For more information on Community Rewards Program please read on, or check “Personal Rewards” for information on our personal rewards program.
If your local School, club, charity or organisation would like to be apart of this exciting fundraising program please read the Information below or download and print our PDF if you are required to present to a committee, etc. To apply you can also download the application form, complete and drop it into the store.
Community Rewards Overview
Fairleys Supa IGA Community Rewards program will carry on the great community support that the Eaglehawk Supermarket has been known for over many years.
Our pledge is to support community groups through every shopper scanning a new Community Rewards Key Tag, and community groups can benefit by receiving 1% of these purchases back in a cheque at the Big Cheque days held at the end of the fundraising year usually in September.
Fairleys commitment to the substantial funds that this program will generate is significant in such a competitive business. Fairleys approach to this is that our customers and the community are our shareholders and therefore we have pledged a large portion of our profits to this program 365 days a year.
The program makes sponsorship support fair and available for all eligible local community organisations, so in reality it has no limits.
How the program works
Customers join the Fairlys Supa IGA Community Rewards program instore by receiving a bar coded key tag that needs to be scanned at the checkout each time they shop Fairleys Supa IGA. Customers have the choice on joining, to allocate their points to a community group or collect personal rewards for those points or a combination of both.
The basis for points is one point for every $1 spent plus numerous bonus points ranging from 5-50 points for specific single ticketed product purchases.
Fairleys Community Fund Fairleys also manage a Community Grants fund, this fund generates money through specific product purchases as well as point donations from customers wishing to share their points amongst the community apart from the groups listed to the right. These Grants are generally decided on an annual basis depending on funds available.
Our 2019/2020 Community Rewards beneficiaries are:
- Bendigo Autism Resource Centre
- Bendigo Breast Cancer Support Services
- Bendigo Foodshare
- Bendigo School Chaplaincy
- Bendigo Violet Street Primary School
- Eaglehawk Brass Band
- Eaglehawk CFA
- Eaglehawk Primary School
- Empowering Eaglehawk
- Fairleys Community Grants Fund
- Radius Disability Services
- Raywood CFA
- St Liborius Parish
- St Liborius School