Here's Where You Can Donate Money For Bush Fire Relief
All the ways you can help
Australia is in crisis and our neighbours and friends on the frontline need our help.
Aussies feeling helpless have been encouraged to donate money to the following bush fire relief charities and organisations.
Victorian MP Daniel Andrews has said the best way to help going forward is to give money rather than food or other goods.
Please consider contacting your local charities and organisation about how you can best assist before donating items that aren't monetary.
Salvation Army Bush Fire Disaster Appeal
The Salvos are amongst the affected areas providing meals for evacuees and frontline responders.
The Salvation army will help with financial support and essentials for evacuees as the situation progresses
Vinnies Bushfire Appeal
Vinnies are providing food, clothing, essentials, and financial help, as well as emotional support to anyone effected by the bushfires.
Samaritan’s Purse Disaster Relief and Fire Recovery Kits
The Samaritans are helping with rubbish removal and property clearing as well as handing out fire recovery kits to help families recover valuable items from the rubble of their homes.
Australian Red Cross First Aid and Emergency Support
The Red Cross are supporting those already affected by the fires, giving immediate first aid and emotional support, working at evacuation centres, and helping people to make contact with loved ones.
100% of profits go towards purchasing much-needed supplies for displaced families and people in need.
Comedian Celeste Barber has left us speechless with her fundraiser which has now raised over $32 million! The funds would be distributed to all states.
As a voice for wildlife, Zoos Victoria is devastated by the impact of the bushfire crisis on precious species and their habitat and is determined to assist in all aspects, including through raising much-needed emergency funds. They have set up a dedicated Bushfire Emergency Wildlife Fund.
Wires are on the frontline rescuing and caring for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife. You can best support them via their WIRES Emergency Fund.
The RSPCA care for animals such as koalas and are always in need of financial support to help them do vital work in caring for animals that have been injured or are suffering as a result of the bushfires.
The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital continue to raise money to distribute automatic drinking stations in the burnt areas to assist with wildlife survival. They are also sharing funds with other wildlife organisations in the fire affected regions in NSW.
Donate to via this GoFundME page to help our beautiful koalas devastated by recent fires
You can also consider ADOPTING A KOALA with these organisations here:
Donations made to state-based brigades will help them with essential equipment maintenance and upgrades, training and ongoing community work, enabling them to respond to fires as they arise.
QLD: RFBAQ. Donate to individual fire brigades
WA: DFES. Donate to a local brigade, group or nit
Please give generously. We're all in this together.
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