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The RSPCA are committed to helping bushfire affected families and their animals. As the owner of livestock on a bushfire affected property, using funds contributed to the RSPCA Bushfire Relief fund, we may be able to assist you to purchase feed for your animals.
This financial support has been made possible by kind donations to the RSPCA Bushfire Relief fund. 100% of these donations will support the RSPCA’s bushfire relief efforts, and support animals affected by the
devastating Victorian bushfires.
The RSPCA understand the urgency of your request and we are committed to processing your application within one week of its arrival at RSPCA Burwood East. If you have any questions, or you animals are in need of urgent feed, please phone 03 9224 2222 to speak with a member of our Bushfire Relief team.
As you consider the future of your family and animals, the RSPCA will be there every step of the way.
Go to the RSPCA website and click on Bushfire Relief in the bottom right hand corner for information or call 9224 2222 and choose option 5
Nillumbik Shire Council’s Community Grants Program is now open. There are grants in the categories of Community Development, Cultural Development and Youth Development. The grants aim to support community groups across the Shire, providing funding and assistance in the planning and development of new opportunities for people living or working within Nillumbik. The funding criteria support a broad range of activities. For the 2009-2010 year we particularly encourage groups providing a bushfire recovery response to apply. For further information please go to the Shire’s website www.nillumbik.vic.gov.au, click on the Arts, Culture and Leisure tab and then on the Community Grants link. Alternatively contact the Shire’s Community Development Officer, Suzi Kerr on 9433 3153 email email@example.com
From 9:00am to 12:00pm on Saturday the 28th of March the Salvation Army will be at the St Andrews Recovery Centre to discuss and distribute grants for Bush fire affected residents.