Support the Australian bushfire appeals


Support the Australian bushfire appeals


Total Fusion

The gym has partnered with The Connection Project to collect tinned goods, toothbrushes, toothpaste, nappies, sanitary items, pet food, towels, and bedsheets etc to deliver these directly to those in desperate need of your help. Simply bring your sealed goods with you to your next workout and pass it on to our friendly reception staff at any of our three locations. Items will be collected until 19th January.

Food retailers

Brooklyn Donuts

Donating $1 with every donut sold from 6 Jan - 12 Jan to the NSW RFS to support our hero firefighters and fellow citizens whose livelihoods were destroyed by this devastating event.


Is continuing to support emergency services and relief efforts, including donations to Foodbank, state governments and directly from stores to relief centres and emergency crews.
Team members at stores across the state have held fundraisers and donated food, water and other essentials, and continue to collect customer donations for the Red Cross at the checkout.
Coles has donated 28 pallets of food and essentials via Foodbank to the Cobargo, Bega and Bermagui evacuation centres, and four pallets of fruit and vegetables for animals at the Mogo Zoo.


To date, Gelatissimo havee donated over $50,000 to a combination of St Vincent de Paul’s bushfire appeal and BlazeAid. As this crisis continues to unfold they want to be able to do more to support the recovery of communities and families.


Is inviting all RFS workers, volunteers and their families into their stores on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 January to enjoy a free burrito, because “our family is your family for the day”.


Donating $1 from every coffee (hot and iced) sold across our Australian stores this Friday 10 January to the Red Cross Australia Disaster Relief and Recovery fund.


For the month of January, the store will be donating their tips to the Red Cross bushfire recovery and relief fund.


Announced it is donating $500,000 to the Support Through Australian Natural Disasters (STAND) program which will go to the Salvation Army’s disaster appeal.

Muffin Break

Muffin Break are donating $1 for every Lamington Muffin or Lamington Milkshake sold this month in supporting this organisation, up to $20,000.Their parent company, Foodco, will also match this $20,000 commitment to total $40,000.

Fashion retailers


The Adairs Retail Group has made a donation of $50,000 to the Australian Red Cross.

Accent Group

Accent Group, including The Athlete's Foot, Platypus Shoes, Skechers adn Hype DC is donating $100,000 to The Red Cross Australia, and will continue to offer ongoing support throughout the recovery process.

alice McCALL

Is donating 100% of profits from this week's sales in all boutiques and online to NSW RFS, The Australian Red Cross, WIRES and Givit Australia.

Ally Fashion

Ally Fashion are donating 100% of sales (online and in-store) from our Canvas Tote Bag range to support the Bushfire Relief. Proceeds will be donated to NSW Rural Fire Services.

Bed Bath N Table

Bed Bath N Table are pledging to donate $100,000 to the following organisations for their continued support to our beautiful country and community during this time of emergency.

  • $50,000 to Red Cross Australia who are helping the communities who are suffering with essential disaster relief.
  • $25,000 to our national fire services
  • $25,000 to NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue & Education Service (WIRES) Wires Wildlife Rescue who are supporting our wildlife populations that have been left vulnerable and in need of help.

The Body Shop

Has pledged $25,000 to The Australian Red Cross.

The Cotton on Group

Made up of Cotton On, Cotton On Body, Cotton On Kids, Rubi Shoes and Typo. The Cotton On Group is pledging $250,000 to support bushfire relief efforts.

Country Road Group

Including Country Road brands, Witchery and Mimco has donated $100,000 to The Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief & Recovery Fund.


Will be providing clothing aid over the coming months to affected communities.

Ella Bache

Is donating 100% of proceeds made on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 January to RFS fire fighters.

Forever New

Is donating a total of $100,000 to The Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund to help communities rebuild.

General Pants Co.

Will donate all profits from its stores this Thursday 9 January to The Australian Red Cross disaster relief fund.


Donated $60,000 to The Australian Red Cross.

Honey Birdette

Honey Birdette is pledging $15,000 to the Red Cross Australia Disaster Relief & Recovery Fund to try to make a difference for those impacted by the devastating fires.

Jo Mercer

Jo Mercer has pledged $50,000 to the Red Cross Australia Disaster Relief & Recovery Fund and we will continue to support our communities through the recovery process.


Has donated $50,000 to The Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief & Recovery Fund on behalf of their collective.

Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics

Lush pledges to donate a minimum of $100,000 by March 2020 from our Charity Pot fund to grassroots organisations and charities who are part of the ongoing effort in driving climate action. This will include groups who work to regenerate land, defend the rights of First Nations People, drive legislative change, and protect our unique and diverse wildlife. ⁠


All customers who shop with Macpac have the opportunity to add $2 to any purchase in-store and they'll match your donation. With the aim to raise $150,000. All donations will go directly to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Program


Has pledged $100,000 to The Australian Red Cross Bushfire disaster relief fund.

M.J Bale

Will donate all profits from their entire store network on Thursday 9 January to The Australain Red Cross.


Thanks to the generosity of their wonderful customers during December, Myer has raised over $325,000 for The Salvation Army Disaster Appeal, and they thank you.
On top, Myer has donated $150,000. But thousands of Australians still need help.
You asked Myer to re-open POS round up so together everyone can keep helping, so they have.

From Monday 13th January for two weeks, purchase any item in-store, get it rounded up, and your cents will go The Salvation Army Disaster Appeal - our Myer Community
Fund national charity partner.

NAB, the Commonwealth Bank, ANZ and Westpac

Are offering disaster relief packages to those impacted by bushfires in Queensland and New South Wales. The packages include the suspension of certain fees or loan repayments. Westpac is also donating $200,000 to the Salvation Army’s Emergency and Disaster Appeal.


Pandora Australia have made a $25,000 donation to the Australian Red Cross, and a $25,000 donation to WIRES.


Donated $25,000 to bush fire relief efforts with funds going to NSW Rural Fire Service, CFA Victoria, WIRES and The Australian Red Cross.

Shoes and Sox

Donated 100% of profits to The Australian Red Corss and WIRES on 07 & 08 January.

The Sussan Group

Made up of Sportsgirl, Sussan & Suzanne Grae, is making a donation of $100,000 to be split equally between the Salvation Army Disaster Appeal and the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery to support all of the families, communities and businesses as they cope with the disaster and to aid in the recovery process.

Tree of Life

Has donated $7,000 to The Australian Red Cross and $3,000 to WIRES. As of today, all sales of Tol2 Recycled Sari Bags will go towards raising money for the Australian bushfires.

Tony Bianco

Will be donating 100% of their online and instore profits on Saturday 11 January to The Australian Red Cross.

Wesfarmers Group

The parent company to Target Australia has advised their team members that if they choose to join a volunteer service assisting in fighting Australian bushfires they will be supported with paid leave.

As more brands come onboard, we will continue to update this list. Comment, tag or DM us on Instagram @westfieldchermside if you know of other brands donating to the cause.