Warndu is an indigenous owned company. Our mission is to regenerate culture, community, tradition, heath and our soils.
Our mission at Upstreet is to make everyone a shareholder, aligning the fortunes of people and brands.
If you love Warndu’s Australian native food revolution, you’re going to love earning share rewards with every purchase.
Warndu has partnered with Upstreet to offer customers a new kind of reward program that’s as good for the world as it is for you. Since Warndu isn’t an ASX-listed company, they’ve chosen to reward customers with fractional shares in BetaShares Australian Sustainability Leaders ETF (ASX:FAIR), which is an exchange traded fund that invests in a collection of sustainable Australian companies.
See below for the full terms of this exciting offer.
To participate, simply:
For every purchase with Warndu, you will get 2% of the purchase value in fractional shares.
For example, if you spend $100 you will receive $2 in fractional shares.
After you make 5 purchases with Warndu, you will get an additional reward equal to 2% of the combined purchase value of your 5 purchases!
For example, if you spend $500 over 5 transactions you will receive an additional $10 in fractional shares.
This offer is valid for payment made with the following providers card (visa, amex, mastercard) or PayPal.
Some shares are expensive and individual purchases can be small. Fractional shares enable us to reward your everyday purchases, no matter how small, with real ownership
Set up your Upstreet account and watch your shareholdings grow over time. Just by shopping with companies that have partnered with Upstreet.
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