The fundraiser will help two Governor Stirling High School students travel to London and attend the UN International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking at Australia House on June 26.
Customers received an autograph for a gold-coin donation and a sausage in a bun for $2.50.
Money raised will help students Sharna Rule, who was part of the school’s Follow the Dream program, and Terrilee Collard.
The pair were invited by the Jamie Oliver Better Food Foundation to attend the day.
It raises awareness of the major problem that illicit drugs represent to society.
The visit will also include a three-day trip to San Patrignano in Italy, which has one of the most successful drug rehabilitation programs in the world.
More than $2500 was raised on the day.