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Here are 8 ways you can donate money to Australia’s bushfire relief effort

1. Australian Red Cross Disaster Recovery and Relief

The Red Cross supports a variety of efforts such as supporting people at evacuation centers and providing emergency assistance like cash grants to people who have lost their homes.

2. Salvation Army Disaster Appeal

Salvation Army team members are providing meals to first-line responders and evacuees, as well as any other support needed, Major Topher Holland, the organization’s General Manager of Strategic Emergency and Disaster Management, said in a statement.

3. St Vincent de Paul Society Bushfire Appeal (NSW)

Vinnies’ bushfire appeal helps provide food, clothing, and money that bushfire victims may need to pay their bills.

4. NSW Rural Fire Service

You can either donate straight to the NSW RFS or to your local Rural Fire Brigade to support volunteer firefighters.

5. Country Fire Authority (CFA), Victoria

Like the NSW RFS, you can donate either to a specific brigade or provide a general donation.

6. The Victorian Bushfire Appeal

The Victorian Government teamed up with The Salvation Army and Bendigo Bank for the appeal, with all funds going to communities in need.

7. The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital

The organization has a GoFundMe page that seeks funding for Koalas affected by the bushfires.

8. WIRES

NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service (WIRES) rescues and cares for animals and is seeking donations for volunteer carers and rescuers that are “inundated” with them amid the bushfires.

 

 

 

*You will be directed to organizations website that is authorized by collecting donations. Chillax Tours Australia is not authorized to collect donations.

*Resource:https://www.businessinsider.com.au/australia-bushfires-donate-2020-1