We've got a lot of thanks to pay. About 6 million dollars’ worth to be exact. Because you believed in a little idea we had way back in 2011, Local Matters lives on and it lives strong.
Your votes give a hand up to local community groups so they can keep doing what they love, and that’s what really counts.
You probably know the drill. Order up and you'll get a token to vote in-restaurant or online. Get to know the local groups in your community and use your token to vote for their cause.
Every burger equals a vote. You’ll get a token to vote with in-restaurant or when you order online.
Place your vote. At the end of the month the jar with the most tokens receives $300, the 2nd and 3rd are given $100 each.
Your votes and involvement helps us hand back over $70,000 a month to local communities.
Before we turned Local Matters into a “thing” we were already jumping in to run burger BBQ’s at primary school fetes, sponsoring footy clubs and handing over vouchers for school raffles. At the time we just wanted a way to give back more to our community supporters and to get our favourite guests (you) in on it too.
$120,000 to help tackle homelessness
$800,000 to health and disability groups
$650,000 to educational services
9,600+ local sports groups
4,100+ youth organisations
4,400+ educational services
Discover how Local Matters helped the Perth Homeless Support Group.Read more
Learn more about how Local Matters helps RDA Ryde develop hot-to-trot therapeutic riding programs for children with disabilities.Read more
Discover how Friends of Skeleton Creek are planting the seed of knowledge at Seabrook Primary.Read more
The Bobby Goldsmith Foundation has made it their mission to support and empower people living with HIV. Read more to find out how Local Matters has helped them over the last decade.Read more
See how our contributions helped the goodest of boys find a new family. Read more about Project Underdog Rescue.Read more
Mums can do anything, from folding your socks to savin’ your bacon. But even mums need a lil’ helping hand sometimes. Read more to find out how Local Matters helped mums and their bubs in intensive care.Read more
An incredible story about a magic bus, a superhero, and how Local Matters helped children with cancer.Read more
Read up on the Canberra Police Community Youth Group and how we helped to support disadvantaged young people in their community.Read more
For Sue and Rebekah of Calamvale Special School in Queensland, they’re turning our support into a new learning and play space for their students to enjoy.Read more
Star on a jar or give your vote of support for the groups that do. Are you ready to jump into our local lovin', Local Matters community? We've got options for you.
Join Relish, our membership with heart, and be the first to know what community groups your local is supporting each month.
If you're a local community group and close to Grill’d, we've got a jar waiting for you.
Vote for a local group by dropping your token into their jar or voting online.