World Wide Fund For Nature Australia
World Wide Fund For Nature Australia will provide urgently needed care to injured wildlife and restore their homes. The donations will help plant native trees for koalas to live in, and help care for sick and injured koalas by providing bandages and medicine for them.
Australian Red Cross Society
The Australian Red Cross is supporting thousands of people in evacuation centers and recovery hubs across Australia. Their customized service, Register.Find.Reunite reunifies people who have been separated in the bushfire emergency. In addition to running evacuation centers and providing reunification services, they are also providing psychological first aid.
Center For Disaster Philanthropy
The Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) has a Global Recovery Fund that provides an opportunity for donors to meet the ongoing and ever-expanding challenges presented by global crises. They intend to support the largest critical need which will be appropriate resources and funds to be able to rebuild communities, houses and other structures in ways that are resilient towards extreme wildfires.
The Trustee For Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria Welfare Fund
Most of the fire fighters are volunteers and have been away from their paid work for weeks. It offers small grants to CFA volunteers, long serving former volunteers and their families who are experiencing significant financial hardship
The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory Social Work
The Salvation Army is currently providing evacuee support to victims impacted by the fires. Their teams are providing meals to evacuees and frontline responders, as well as practical and emotional support at evacuation centers. In some communities recovery assessments have commenced. Their goal is to be present through the long-term recovery period.