14th January, 2020

Australian Bushfire Fundraising Efforts

Our team and customers are incredibly passionate about making a positive difference in people’s lives and over the last few weeks have been digging deep to help with the Australian bushfire relief efforts. We can’t thank you all enough for your incredible kindness and generosity during this heartbreaking time.

We are committed to doing whatever we can to support communities who need it most right now and will be providing immediate disaster relief across five pillars including People (Food Bank), Communities (Australian Red Cross), Wildlife (WWF Australia), Education (Save the Children) and Environment (CFA and RFS). So far $100,000 has been contributed to these areas. And this is just the start, with much more to come.

With fires still sweeping across our nation, we know this crisis is not over and our support for these communities doesn’t stop there. We’re committed to helping out through this process and will do all we can to get these communities back on their feet, some of which are home to our very own team members and their families.

In the face of tragedy, it’s heart-warming to see Australia and the rest of the world come together to support our mates through this incredibly tough time.

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