I currently can’t talk about Australia without falling apart. I do know it is important that we give them our love and support right now, as well as support those who want to help but are not sure how. I think this repost is a good one. Please do what you can. 🇦🇺 ・・・Australia is burning and I'm struggling to find the words for my first post back for 2020. Like anyone who has watched the devastation sweeping across our country since September, I am heartbroken, terrified and hopelessly angry at our leader's apathy. Six million hectares have burned and continue to burn with no end in sight. People have lost their lives, homes, towns and have no access to water, food, power, or safety. Tens of thousands of people have fled from the fire-ravaged regions around Australia. Half a billion animals have died, the level of biodiversity loss is still unknown but scientists are fearing the worst. Firefighters are risking their lives every single day under impossible conditions. Now is the time to be generous and help those in desperate need of our support. ⁣⁣Right now the best way we can help is to donate money:⁣The Australian Red Cross Disaster Recovery and Relief⁣ @redcrossau The Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund Salvation Army Disaster Appeal⁣The @nswrfs NSW Rural Fire Service⁣St Vincent de Paul Society Bushfire Appeal⁣ @vinniesshops Victorian Country Fire Association⁣Wires ⁣@foodbankaus is delivering emergency food relief and water to East Gippsland⁣@givit – please do not send unsolicited items – check the lists to see what is needed and where⁣I've put together a full list with links via the link in the bio – No donation is too small – every single dollar helps.⁣⁣To my community who are living in or have family in the affected areas – if you know of other ways we can help, please send me a message so I can share them. Stay safe xx Images: @josh_burkinshaw @carlywilliamsart @mattabbottphoto Dee Morgan via @buyfromthebush #australiaburns

 I currently can’t talk about Australia without falling apart. I do know it is important that we give them our love and support right now, as well as support those who want to help but are not sure how. I think this repost is a good one.  Please do what you can. 🇦🇺 ・・・Australia is burning and I'm struggling to find the words for my first post back for 2020. Like anyone who has watched the devastation sweeping across our country since September, I am heartbroken, terrified and hopelessly angry at our leader's apathy. Six million hectares have burned and continue to burn with no end in sight. People have lost their lives, homes, towns and have no access to water, food, power, or safety. Tens of thousands of people have fled from the fire-ravaged regions around Australia. Half a billion animals have died, the level of biodiversity loss is still unknown but scientists are fearing the worst. Firefighters are risking their lives every single day under impossible conditions. Now is the time to be generous and help those in desperate need of our support. ⁣⁣Right now the best way we can help is to donate money:⁣The Australian Red Cross Disaster Recovery and Relief⁣ @redcrossau The Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund Salvation Army Disaster Appeal⁣The @nswrfs NSW Rural Fire Service⁣St Vincent de Paul Society Bushfire Appeal⁣ @vinniesshops Victorian Country Fire Association⁣Wires ⁣@foodbankaus is delivering emergency food relief and water to East Gippsland⁣@givit - please do not send unsolicited items - check the lists to see what is needed and where⁣I've put together a full list with links via the link in the bio - No donation is too small - every single dollar helps.⁣⁣To my community who are living in or have family in the affected areas - if you know of other ways we can help, please send me a message so I can share them. Stay safe xx Images: @josh_burkinshaw @carlywilliamsart @mattabbottphoto Dee Morgan via @buyfromthebush #australiaburns

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