Do you want to donate money or goods or services to help out people and families fighting bushfire in Australia? This is a page of information and links to organisations assisting victims of bushfires in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and South Australia. You can stay up to date with the latest information on bushfire warnings and more at ABC EMERGENCY information. You can support your LOCAL VOLUNTEER BUSHFIRE FIGHTERS here. How to give cash to assist victims of the bushfires in Australia If you want to find ways to give cash directly to charity organisations supporting victims of bushfires, check out these links. Visit comedian Celeste Barber’s “This is terrifying” Bushfire appeal page that has currently raised more than $32 million. Support East Gippsland communities in Victoria currently battling bushfires. Donate to the Salvation Army Bendigo Bank bushfire disaster appeal fund for victims. Donate directly to the Red Cross Bushfire appeal. Donate directly to the families of the Green Wattle Creek fire fighters. How to give goods or services to assist victims of the bushfires in Australia If you want to find ways to give give goods or services directly to victims or communities or charity organisations supporting victims of bushfires, check out these links. givit.org.au is organising the transfer of goods for bushfire victims. St Vincents De Paul shops in bushfire areas may be seeking goods, food and clothing, reports the ABC. Gippsland Farmer Relief is collecting non-perishable household goods for bushfire victims. How to help the animals in the bushfires in Australia The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) and the NSW Wildlife Rescue Service (WIRES) have bushfire appeals and information. The ABC reports that the following organisations are accepting donations, providing information and supporting wildlife and other animals affected by bushfires in Australia: Port Macquarie Koala Hospital are creating watering stations Koalas in Care NSW are asking for support The Rescue Collective are accepting donations and need volunteer carers. InfoChoice has information for bank and credit union customers affected by bushfires.