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Several RHS (Rural Hillsong Service) Volunteers have been injured this afternoon attempting to deliver the vapid Pentecostal thoughts and prayers of Scott Morrison to bushfire victims.
The care package, which was delivered in one of those creepy buses that float around the outskirts suburbs of major cities experienced a flat tyre, resulting in immediate evacuation of the volunteer pastors in Morrison’s Prime Ministerial jet, SharkOne
It is believed the Hillsong volunteers were injured, not physically, but spiritually, after being told to fuck off and bother god elsewhere by a distressed farmer.
One asexual 20-something happy clapper says he’s surprised he wasn’t meet with more gratitude, considering how much of an effort it was to drive all the way up from Cronulla.
While the politicians continue to offer nothing but divisive rhetoric surrounding who caused this disaster, flames continue to tear through large parts of New South Wales and Queensland, firefighters, volunteers and real charity workers are providing round-the-clock support for those devastated by the ongoing bushfires.
To help those on the frontline of the recovery effort, a donation can be made to the following organisations and charities.
NSW Rural Fire Service
The NSW Rural Fire Service is at the frontline of efforts to contain flames that are burning across the state.
You can donate to the organisation via credit card or via direct deposit:
Account Name: NSW Rural Fire Service
Bank: Westpac BSB: 032-001 Account No: 171051
To request a receipt please email your name, date of deposit, amount and address to [email protected]
Cheques and money orders can be posted to:
NSW Rural Fire Service
Locked Bag 17,
Granville NSW 2142
Port Macquarie Koala Hospital
The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital is a licensed Wildlife Rehabilitation Facility assisting koalas impacted by the recent bushfires.
Donations provide much needed hydration solutions, burn creams, bandages, nutritional replacement formulas, syringes and bedding for injured koalas.
More than 350 of the native marsupials have already perished and more work is needed to help rehabilitate koalas who are dehydrated and suffering from burns and smoke inhalation.
You can donate to the Koala Hospital via its gofundme page.
The Salvation Army @salvos
Meet the men & women on the frontline helping those who have lost so much due to the devastating #bushfires. We urgently need your donations so we can support those in need. Please donate to the Disaster Appeal here: http://ow.ly/MLR650x6ytl #qldfires #nswfires
You can donate to the Salvos’ Emergency and Disaster Appeal online.
Australian Red Cross
The Australian Red Cross is assisting communities in regions devastated by bushfires.
Donations to the Red Cross can be made at any Commonwealth Bank branch in New South Wales or Queensland, or online at the Red Cross website. You can also donate via phone between 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday by calling Red Cross on 1800 733 276.
Thread Together is a charitable group that sources new and excess clothing from fashion retailers before making them available to communities in need.
The organisation is looking for distribution partners on the ground in fire zones to help receive clothing and distribute it to residents.
If your company can assist with handing out items please contact the Thread Together office on 1300 003 789 or email [email protected]
You can also make a donation to Thread Together via the organisation’s website.