Support the Australian Bushfire Appeals

We’re incredibly saddened to see our beautiful country devastated by the recent and ongoing bushfires.  Our thoughts are with all those affected and the brave men and women who continue to battle the fires. 

If you have the means to do so, we urge you to please consider donating to the Australian Red Cross Bushfire Appeal or WIRES.

The Red Cross is supporting communities throughout Australia affected by fires. You can donate to the Red Cross disaster appeal:

https://www.redcross.org.au/campaigns/disaster-relief-and-recovery-donate

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:

https://www.wires.org.au/

Thank you.

Coles 

Is continuing to support emergency services and relief efforts, including donations to Foodbank, state governments and directly from stores to relief centres and emergency crews.
Team members at stores across the state have held fundraisers and donated food, water and other essentials, and continue to collect customer donations for the Red Cross at the checkout.

Coles has donated 28 pallets of food and essentials via Foodbank to the Cobargo, Bega and Bermagui evacuation centres, and four pallets of fruit and vegetables for animals at the Mogo Zoo.

Woolworths

Announced it is donating $500,000 to the Support Through Australian Natural Disasters (STAND) program which will go to the Salvation Army’s disaster appeal.

Kmart

Have started a Bushfire Relief Appeal across all our stores in Australia and New Zealand to give their customers the opportunity to show their support for impacted communities. They will match dollar for dollar all cash contributions made to the Appeal, with 100% of collected funds being donated to The Salvation Army Australia. In December, the Kmart Group donated an initial $100,000 to their charity partners The Salvation Army Australia and UnitingCare Australia. 

NAB, IMB, The Commonwealth Bank, St George Bank & ANZ

Are offering disaster relief packages to those impacted by bushfires in Queensland and New South Wales. The packages include the suspension of certain fees or loan repayments. Westpac is donating $200,000 to the Salvation Army’s Emergency and Disaster Appeal. ANZ have pledged $1 million to help support ANZ customers and communities. St George, as part of the Westpac Group, has established a $1.5 million Bushfire Fund to support the rural fire services. 

Just Jeans

The Just Group  will make a donation of $250,000 to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery appeal.
 

Body Care Massage

Will be donating $5 from every massages between the 6-19 Jan

Blooms the Chemist 

Blooms The Chemist are pledging $50,000 to The Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund, helping to provide support directly to those in need.
They have acquired 9,000 much-needed P2 face masks. 4,000 masks will be available for the public to access free of charge (one per customer, available from 9 January while stocks last) in pharmacies that are located near fire-affected areas; please find the list of participating stores in the first comment below this post. The other 5,000 masks will be donated to the appropriate authorities, ensuring these masks go to those who need them most in areas where we do not have a physical pharmacy. 

Tree of Life

Will be donating $7000 to the Red Cross and $3000 to Wires Widlife Rescue. As of now all sales from their Tol2 Recycled Sari bags will go towards raising money for those affected by the Australian Bushfires. 

The Reject Shop

Will be donating 100% of donations to our charity partners so it can truly impact the individuals, families and animals who need it most. Donations collected through our collection boxes located across our store network will continue to be donated to our national charity partner. 

Strandbags

In support of disaster affected communities, Strandbags has donated $50,000 to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Recovery & Relief Fund, Salvation Army Disaster Appeal and the NSW Rural Fire Service Brigades & Donations Fund.

Williams

As part of their initial support, their parent company, Munro Footwear Group, has donated $100,000 to the Red Cross bushfire disaster relief and recovery fund. 

Noni B, Austograph & Katies 

To support the communities overwhelmed by bushfire, Noni B, Autograph & katies have donated $50,000 to Vinnies Australia. They have also partnered with GIVIT - Goods For Good Causes and from the 7th–14th January 2020 and will donate an item of clothing for every item purchased online.

Sussan & Suzanne Grae

Sussan & Suzanne Grae, is making a donation of $100,000 to be split equally between the Salvation Army Disaster Appeal and the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery to support all of the families, communities and businesses as they cope with the disaster and to aid in the recovery process.

Mr Minit

Donated $20,000 to the @salvosau⁠ Salvation Army Bushfire Appeal. This is to provide support to those suffering from the devastation. 

Priceline

To support these communities, Priceline Pharmacy continues to offer financial aid to all stores in these areas. This has enabled their store teams to work directly with their customers to ensure essential pharmacy items are available to those communities that really need it.

Rockmans 

To support the communities overwhelmed by bushfire, Rockmans has donated $50,000 to St Vincent De Paul Society. They have also partnered with Vinnies Australia and from the 7th–14th January 2020 will donate an item of clothing for every item purchased online. 

 


 

 

 

 


 

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