The ongoing bushfire crisis is crippling our beautiful country. Out of control bushfires are devastating our friends, family and neighbours, our wildlife and our homes. So we decided it’s time for us to act and help wherever we can.
Bulk Nutrients has already donated $10,000 to the Salvation Army's Bushfire Appeal and we encourage you to donate too if you can. Here are just some of the ways you can donate to Aussies in need:
Support the victims of bushfire
Salvation Army Disaster Appeal
Teams of Salvo members are onsite at affected areas providing meals to first-line responders and evacuees and providing any additional support needed.
Australian Red Cross Disaster Recovery and Relief
The Red Cross is supporting those affected by fire at evacuation centres and hubs and by providing emergency assistance like cash grants to people who have lost their homes.
St Vincent de Paul Society Bushfire Appeal (NSW)
Vinnies’ bushfire appeal helps provide food, clothing and cash grants to bushfire victims who are left with nothing.
Support affected wildlife
NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service (WIRES) rescues and cares for animals and is seeking donations for volunteer carers and rescuers. It’s hard to know just how many animals have been affected, but ecologists at Sydney University have estimated over 800 million animals have been affected in Australia since September due to bushfires.
The RSPCA are working to keep animals safe at their most vulnerable time. RSPCA staff are helping the evacuation and care of animals and livestock across NSW and Victoria during the crisis. You can donate to RSPCA Victoria or RSPCA NSW.
NSW Rural Fire Service
You can either donate straight to the NSW RFS or to your local Rural Fire Brigade to support volunteer firefighters.
Country Fire Authority (CFA), Victoria
Like the NSW RFS, you can donate either to a specific brigade or provide a general donation.
Country Fire Service (CFS) South Australia
You can make a donation to support volunteer firefighters working to contain fires in South Australia.
So let’s come together Bulk fans and help support our fellow Aussies who need it most right now.