The Cause

Australian Bushfires

The devastating Australian Bushfires show no shortage of horrific stats. Over 26.4 million acres have burnt, 24 people have been killed nationwide, and an estimated staggering 1.25 billion animals are thought to have died in the fires (according to WWF Australia). Additionally, over 1,300 houses have been destroyed in NSW alone and Australia’s forest may never be the same. As the fires rage on, the mind-bogglingly numbers continue to rise.

Fundraising around the world continues to support the phenomenal efforts by firefighters and army reserve forces to animal rescue and aid workers, and the London food scene are also doing their bit.

100% of the proceeds will be split amongst the following charities: Red Cross Australia, The Salvation Army Australia, CFA (Country Fire Authority), NSW Rural Fire Service, and WIRES Wildlife Rescue.

Red Cross Australia

The Salvation Army Australia

CFA (Country Fire Authority)

NSW Rural Fire Services

WIRES Wildlife Rescue

The Project Lamington
The Project Lamington