On one side of our country it floods, on another fire wreaks havoc.
Farmers and community members in Central NSW need our urgent assistance.
This photo taken by a farmer we’re working with shows the ferosity of the fire near Coolah in NSW.
In the last 24 hrs we’ve secured an initial 600 large round bales to go to the fire affected farmers and there is more if they need it.
Stock losses, fencing, homes, sheds and more have been destroyed and the next few weeks will see the need for assistance grow.
In addition to fodder we’ve had a call out for hampers and assistance with clothing from those who have lost everything.
Like we always try to do, we’re working smart on this one and supporting the local business community and reducing transport costs.
If you can help here’s how.
Buy a Bale of Hay = Donate $20, $50, whatever, it will help us cover the cost of hay and moving it
Buy an Emergency Support Voucher. – $50, or $100 voucher , once off or monthly.
All these vouchers and hampers will be spent within the local business communities supporting them in their time of devastation as well. Supermarkets, chemists, motels, service stations and clothing stores will all benefit from your donation.
A massive Thank You to Steve and Mark at Transforce Logistics in Dubbo who have agreed to carry a lot of the hay for us at great rates which will make our support stretch even further.
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