Find out how you can support the bush fire appeal throughout Australia
The Salvation Army disaster appeal
The Salvation Army are supporting communities affected in both New South Wales and Queensland, with the goal of raising $3 million for disaster relief. Donations can be made by calling 13 SALVOS (13 72 58) or by clicking here.
The Red Cross disaster relief and recovery fund
The Red Cross is supporting communities throughout Australia affected by fires. You can donate to the Red Cross disaster appeal here.
Vinnies Bushfire Appeal
Vinnies is on the ground helping people as they deal with the immediate aftermath of fires, and will continue to be there as they rebuild their lives in the long term. You can donate to St Vincent’s here.
QLD Rural Fire Brigades Association
Keen to support the volunteers on the frontline? You can donate to your local Rural Fire Service by contacting your local brigade directly or heading here.
Foodbank is helping to support fire affected regions with pallets of food, groceries and water. You can donate to their Bushfire Emergency Relief Appeal here.
WIRES Australian Wildlife Rescue Organisation emergency fund
Many animals have been injured, killed, or lost their natural habitats due to the fires. WIRES will provide support to displaced and injured wildlife affected by the fires. You can donate to WIRES here.
Retailers showing their support for the bushfire appeal
Ally Fashion are donating 100% of sales from their tote bag range to NSW Rural Fire services.
Best&Less has been a long-term supporter of Drought Angels providing on the ground relief to Aussie farmers and communities affected by drought & fires. Customers can donate to Drought Angels, bushfire support at any Best&Less store.
For every one of the $522,010 already donated by customers (From 15/11/2019 to 7/1/2020), Coles will donate $2, taking the total funds raised so far for the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund to over $1.5 million. This donation is in addition to the $3 million in gift cards Coles is providing to rural fire brigades. Coles customers can donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund, just ask a team member at the checkout.
Target will match dollar for dollar all contributions made via coin boxes and registers. 100% of collect funds will be donated to Uniting Care Australia’s bushfire relief and recovery efforts.
Woolworths have donated $500,000 to S.T.A.N.D (Support Through Australian Natural Disasters) program and are raising money in-store for The Salvation Army.