Australian Bush Fire Crisis

Australia is currently going through some of the worst bushfires that the world has ever seen. The fires have currently burned through more than 12.35 MILLION acres of land and have destroyed more than 1300 homes while also claiming 24 lives and more than 500 Million Wildlife animals.

The country has entered a state of emergency and is asking for help from across the world. Celebrities have begun creating as much exposure of the situation as possible so donations can be made to help the affected communitys.

Comedian Celeste Barber’s Facebook Bushfire charity has surpassed $42 Million on January 7th and is rising at around $1200 a minute, this money is going Directly to the NSW Rural Fire Service.

Actor Chris Hemsworth has posted on Instagram that his family will be donating $1 million to the bushfire relief.

Kylie Minogue and her family have donated $500,000 to assist with firefighting also.

It’s important for people to understand that any small donation made by them will be a great help for community’s recovering from the fires as well as the volunteers still working to stop the blazes. Below we have provided some of the great charity’s that you can donate to for this.



New South Wales

You can donate directly to the NSW Rural Fire Service which will benefit the volunteer firefighters who are battling the blazes at the frontline here 


Comedian Celeste Barbers Facebook Fundraiser can be found here

These donations will be made to the NSW Rural Fire Services and will also be spread to Victoria and South Australia as well as the Red Cross and families of those killed in the fires.


To help Wildlife in NSW you can donate to the NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service named WIRES here

The Salvation Army

Donate here

Australian Red Cross

Donate here

To do our part this months charity/organisation that we’ve chosen to donate to is CFA: Victorian Bushfire Relief. This appeal has been established to support community members affected by the recent bushfires in East Gippsland and Hume.

Bushfires are still ravaging through Australia, claiming the lives of over 20 people and half a MILLION animals.

10% of our sales on the Atmeco Zero case before the 31st of January will go towards the appeal.


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