Donate to Australia Fire Relief via Charity Concert & More

Here's how you can support the fire relief efforts. Our list includes a charity event and various donation channels.

Donate to Australia Fire Relief via Charity Concert & More
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The Australian bushfire crisis has been one of the biggest news on our social media feed since September 2019. According to The Guardian, as of January 9, the fire has consumed over 10 million hectares (62.5 million rais) and left 27 dead, over 2,100 homes destroyed, and 500 million animals affected.

Countless organizations and groups are working their hardest to support victims, both human and wildlife, as well as contain the spreading fire.

Even though we’re living over here in a different hemisphere, we can send help to those affected by this crisis. Here’s one Bangkok charity event you can join, plus a list of groups providing support for disaster relief.

From Thailand to Australia

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Vocalist Lula Kanyarat, an alumnus of the Swinburne University of Technology, joins various Thai artists and the Australian Alumni Association Thailand in From Thailand to Australia: A Fundraising Concert to Save Australian Animals

The charity event is happening this January 12 (Sun) at [email protected] between 14.30 - 21.00.

Joining this concert are over 50 Thai artists and actors, including Mean Band, Oat Pramote, Pop Pongkool, Better Weather, Earth Patravee, Pla Nin Tem Barn, Dome & Preen The Star, Prang The Voice, Slapkiss, The Super Glasses Ska Ensemble, Poy Portrait, Venus, and many more.

Other than performing on stage, these famous acts will also be donating personal items for a fundraising auction.

To support this crisis relief effort, donate to SCB Bank account no. 078-302383-0 “Ms. Kanyarat and Ms. Ornthida for From Thailand to Australia”.

For more information, visit the Facebook Page From Thailand to Australia.

Support Australia Bushfire Relief

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Thai Red Cross is accepting donations towards the relief of the Australian Bushfire crisis. All donations go to the Australian Red Cross, which manages refugee centers, emergency services, community rebuilding, and expenses for the volunteers. At the time of writing, the organization has received 2.9 million THB.

Let’s come together and help the victims of this crisis. Donations can be made via:

1. KBank account no. 001-1-34567-0 “Thai Red Cross for Disaster Relief” (current account).
2. Redcrossfundraising website, which accepts credit cards, QR payments, PayPal, K plus, and KTB Netbank.
3. Rabbit Line Pay
4. True Money Wallet
2. In-person, at the Bureau of Thai Red Cross Fundraising between 08.30 - 16.30 on Monday - Friday. See the maps here.

For more information, visit the Facebook Page Redcrossfundraising.

Donating to International Organizations

You can directly support Australian organizations by donating to the following groups.

Wires - Support affected wildlife in New South Wales.
WWF - Help save Australian koalas and contribute to the conservation efforts.
Foodbank - Fund free meals for refugees, responders, and firefighters in the area.
The Salvation Army - Provide support to victims and communities affected by the fire.

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