Devastating Bushfires in Australia 2019-20

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Australia is burning and our hearts are crying!

AUSTRALIA

The Apocalyptic Bushfires

We try to help as much as we can...

Disclaimer!
We do not collect donations ourselves. We have carefully selected the organisations linked here, but we do not assume any liability for the contents of the pages of these organisations. In the end you have to decide and take responsibility for the donations yourself. We ask for your kind understanding.

Our STATEMENT

We do not want to repeat and post what everyone knows, reads in the newspaper or has seen in the news. The continuing apocalyptic destruction of Australia by bushfires is the saddest reality of late 2019 and early 2020. There are not enough words to describe and lament this tragedy.

Instead, we want to try to do something ourselves and help Australia, its people and its nature as much as we can.

Therefore we have donated and would like to ask all visitors to our site to consider making a donation to an Australian organisation, a wildlife resort, the fire brigade, the Australian Red Cross or any organisation of your choice!

Please find links below!  Thanks and God bless all!

Personal Note

Personal Note: we donated to the NSW Fires Services and to Dimmocks Wildlife Retreat directly by a deposit into their bank account. Donations using special donation platforms seemed to be to costly. This way we where able to send more funds to the people and organisations in need.

Where can I make a donation in Australia?

Find here links to articles about the fires and links to donation sites

Dimmocks Wildlife Retreat

"Your donations we provide the ability for us to continue to rescue and rehabilitate our native wildlife...So we can then release these beautiful animals back to the wild." (DWR 2020)

NSW Rural Fire Service

"Donations made directly ... are for the benefit of volunteer brigades and are gratefully received and a tremendous help." (NSW RFS 2020)

Australian Red Cross

"Your donation helps Red Cross give people the support they need in disasters, whenever and wherever they happen." (ARC 2020)

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More Links to Organisations

Articles and Press

Article, Video and Addresses

“8 Ways You Can Help Australia During the Fires, Even From Across the World”

Appeal of the Victoria Government

“This appeal will provide practical support as impacted Victorians begin to rebuild their lives.”

“A group from The Forum of Young Global Leaders has worked with programmers to develop a platform to help.”

“Australia is reeling as firefighters battle relentless blazes around the nation. Here’s how to help those affected by the devastation.”

“How the global travel community can help Australia right now.”

“Help Communities recover”

“100% of your donation goes to projects…and then we double it!”

We do not want to repeat and post what everyone knows, reads in the newspaper or has seen in the news. The continuing apocalyptic destruction of Australia by bushfires is the saddest reality of late 2019 and early 2020. There are not enough words to describe and lament this tragedy.

Instead, we want to try to do something ourselves and help Australia, its people and its nature as much as we can.

Therefore we have donated and would like to ask all visitors to our site to consider making a donation to an Australian organisation, a wildlife resort, the fire brigade, the Australian Red Cross or any organisation of your choice!

Please find links below!  Thanks and God bless all!

Personal Note: we donated to the NSW Fires Services and to Dimmocks Wildlife Retreat directly by a deposit into their bank account. Donations using special donation platforms seemed to be to costly. This way we where able to send more funds to the people and organisations in need.