Survivor Uncorks a Charity Winner - The Herald SunThursday, 30 May 2013
Mr Laity, 44, volunteers for Woodend CFA and has raised $140,000 for the organisation and charities through selling wine. With the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal donation he received, he set up Goodwill Wine, from which people can buy quality wine. Half of the profits go to an organisation or charity of their choice.
"My goal was to pay for the help I received," Mr Laity said, adding that $13,000 had been donated to the CFA. The Vineyard restaurant in St Kilda helped raise $10,000 of this. The donation has helped Dixons Creek brigade in the Yarra Valley get equipment, including a defibrillator.
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* To supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years (penalty exceeds $6,000)
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Goodwill Wine uses 100% recycled cartons and offsets all of our freight around the country with Greenfleet, planting a variety of native trees in permanent forests that help to reduce soil erosion and provide essential habitat for native wildlife