Help Needed in Australia to Provide Funding for Australia Bushfire Victims and Animal Rescue and Veterinary Treatment

Bells Line of Rd about 60 miles northwest of Sydney, Australia
Bells Line of Rd about 60 miles northwest of Sydney, Australia, 33° 30′ 52.44″ S, 150° 17′ 25.99″ E on January 5, 2020 by Classy Melissa ( Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication).

There are devastating Australian bushfires that have been burning since September 2019 and may continue to burn at least until March 2020. The 2019-2020 fire season is considered one of the worst in Australia’s history. There have been at least 25 fatalities and 2500 buildings destroyed as of January 5, 2020.

The fire has killed thousands of Koalas and millions of other native animals.

WIRES EMERGENCY FUND for Wildlife

“Australia, I love you. My heart goes out to everyone suffering in Australia, and all the animals we’ve lost”

— Ellen DeGeneres, 77th Golden Globe Awards, January 5, 2020

Ellen DeGeneres has promoted the support of WIRES Australian Wildlife Rescue Organization, an Australian wildlife rescue nonprofit.

Entire communities have been evacuated with citizens living in shelters. Volunteer firefighters are working around the clock to fight the bushfires, leaving their own families behind.

Here’s what people can do to help Australian citizens, firefighters and animals …

HELP the Australian Red Cross, which has volunteers at evacuation and recovery centers.

HELP the Salvation Army Australia, which launched a disaster appeal. The Salvation Army Australia is providing shelter and meals to evacuees and front-line responders.

HELP the St. Vincent de Paul Society Australia, which is requesting money to help evacuated families cover bills and rebuild.

HELP the New South Wales Rural Fire Service, which set up specific funds for the families of two firefighters, and has ongoing funds for community needs. Firefighters Geoffrey Keaton, 32, and Andrew O’Dwyer, 36, from the Horsley Park brigade, were in a truck convoy near the town of Buxton late on Thursday December 19, 2020 when a tree fell into their path, causing a rollover vehicle crash that killed them at the scene.

SAVE WILDLIFE

The fires have killed and injured thousands of koalas and millions of other native animals.

HELP the devastated animal population by giving to WIRES, an Australian wildlife rescue nonprofit.

HELP AUSTRALIA ZOO WILDLIFE WARRIORS, which has an intensive care unit for animals arriving from fire-stricken areas.

HELP by giving to these verified GoFundMe accounts set up for …

Port Macquarie Koala Hospital and

Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.

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Bells Line of Rd about 60 miles northwest of Sydney, Australia
Bells Line of Rd about 60 miles northwest of Sydney, Australia, 33° 30′ 52.44″ S, 150° 17′ 25.99″ E on January 5, 2020 by Classy Melissa ( Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication).