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Help Australian wildlife ravaged by bushfires!

January 8, 2020

All branches of Tararua District Library are now a collection point for donations of animal rescue crafts (knitted, crocheted or machine sewn pouches, bags, etc) for Australian Wildlife suffering from the recent fires.  You can drop your creations off there, and be sure that we will see that it gets there.

UPDATE 13 JAN 2020:

The AARCG is full of supplies and currently stocktaking. Please do not send any more items.  However, they suggest either donating what you’ve made to local animal shelters, if useful, OR create Australian soft toys (knitted, sewn, crocheted, felted etc), sell them and donate the money to help support the animals financially.

By Melina Mitchell (Facebook Melina Illustrates)

If you wish, you can still donate your creations to any branch of our library, and we will arrange a sales stall.

Not crafty? You can still help by donating fabrics. Check at your local library for what are suitable fabrics.

Thank you for so much for your support.

 

 

 

 

 

LINKS BELOW:

Animal Rescue Craft Guild (where the patterns are from)
https://www.facebook.com/groups/arfsncrafts/

Australia’s Red Cross Disaster relief and recovery fund helps support evacuation centers and recovery programs for the affected communities.

https://bit.ly/2QRvmJE

The NSW Rural Fire Service has a donation page to support the firefighting efforts in New South Wales.

https://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/volun…/support-your-local-brigade

The RSPCA bushfire appeal is used to protect the pets, livestock and wildlife affected by bushfires, helping evacuate animals from disaster zones.

https://www.rspcansw.org.au/bushfire-appeal/

The World Wildlife Fund accepts donations to help support conservation activities, particularly related to koalas. Money can help provide emergency care during bushfires.

https://donate.wwf.org.au/d…/2019-trees-appeal-koala-crisis…

Animal emergency relief organisation SAVEM – South Australian Veterinarian Emergency Management – is also taking donations, with massive losses predicted for wildlife and livestock on the island.

https://www.savem.org.au/

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