How To Help Those Impacted by the Australian Fires

The wildfires in Australia has burned millions of acres, killed hundreds of animals and at least 25 people. Thousands of firefighters have been battling the blazes for months and have now been given some help from other firefighters from around the world.

Steve Irwin's family has raised emergency funding to help the animals who have been displaced and have also started building new places to keep the animals. Terri Irwin says that although the news is showing a lot of koalas all animals need saving.

For the everyday person, here's how you can help.

Wildlife:

WIRES helps preserve and actively rehabilitate Australian wildlife.

The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital helps koala and wildlife survival by raising money to buy and distribute 12 automatic drinking stations across areas that have been burnt in the fires.

The World Wildlife Foundation saves koalas that are losing their homes in the fire.

Relief Organizations:

The St. Vincenet de Paul Society provides food, clothing and recovery support.

The Australian Red Cross helps communities to prepare, respond and recover from disasters like the fires.

Salvation Army Emergency Services teams are responding to the bushfires and your donation can deliver crucial support to local communities that have been impacted by the fires.

 

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