Let's keep the conversation going

The bushfires have affected us on many levels. As global citizens we’ve watched our home burning in an unprecedented way, as a direct result of climate change.

It has been a long and hard fight for volunteer rural firefighters, but the work they have done has been exceptional.

Whilst the fires in New South Wales, the state most affected, were finally declared “contained” on February 13th it is now more important than ever to support the communities affected and to keep the conversation about climate change in the spotlight.

Doing our part

Thank you to everyone who supported our bushfire relief raffle in January. We raised a total of $7,100 AUD that will go to benefit the Victorian Bushfire Appeal and Wildlife Victoria.

We are supporting WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Services Inc.) and WWF AU (World Wide Fund of Nature) as part of our 1% For The Planet pledge. These organisations work to actively rehabilitate and preserve our beloved Australian wildlife.

We have put aside new bedding to donate to communities when the time comes and will be donating our bedding returns to animal relief shelters.

Additionally, our Australian team members will be given a paid day off to volunteer in the coming months to assist with the recovery effort.


Write to congress and ask them to take action on climate change

These fires are a result of the global climate crisis. Use your voice.
Here's a letter template for you to use

Help rebuild affected communities

There are many ways to directly contribute towards rebuilding the communities affected by the fires. Here are some of our favourites:

Shop with businesses directly affect by the fires
Support the volunteer effort
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