15 December 2015

Pinery Fire - donations

If you would like to help the people affected by the Pinery bushfire in South Australia, there are some charities that would love to hear from you this Christmas. 

Red Cross - Disaster Relief and Recovery

Red Cross has been actively involved in providing relief during and after the Pinery fire by providing counselling, practical assistance and registering people with 'Register. Find. Reunite' - a service that helps reunite families during emergencies.
You can help the Red Cross continue their work by donating at: http://www.redcross.org.au/disaster-relief-and-recovery.aspx or calling 1800 811 700.

State Emergency Relief Fund (via SA Govt)

The State Emergency Relief Fund (SERF) and the Pinery Fire Appeal are administered by the SERF Committee, which is independent of government.
The SERF Committee receives all the money donated to the appeal and ensures publicly donated money is distributed appropriately and fairly to people and communities affected by the Pinery fire.
You can help the SERF continue their work by donating at: https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/emergencies-and-safety/pinery-fire/pinery-fire-appeal

Country Women's Association (SA) - Emergency Aid Fund

SACWA provides assistance to families in need through the SACWA Emergency Aid Fund. Assistance is provided by recommendation from a social worker, rural counsellor or Association members. SACWA uses every dollar raised for this purpose as it does not take out administration costs.
You can help the SACWA continue their work by donating at: https://sacwa.org.au/about/sacwa-emergency-aid-fund or calling (08) 8332 4166


BlazeAid is a volunteer-based organisation that works with families and individuals in rural Australia after natural disasters such as fires and floods. Working alongside the rural families, our volunteers help to rebuild fences and other structures that have been damaged or destroyed.
You can help BlazeAid continue their work by donating at: http://blazeaid.com/donations/ or calling (03) 9363 7152

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