In the aftermath of the devastating Australian bushfires the Freo Fire Fund was set up by a group of Fremantle community members who came together to collaborate, share skills and resources and raise money to help fire-affected communities.
FUNDS RAISED TO DATE
Australian Wildlife Conservancy
The generous grant from the Freo Fire Fund has been put towards our bushfire response projects and has enabled us to continue with our important work to protect wildlife which has been deeply affected by the fires...
Thank you so much for generously fundraising to support these important initiatives, we greatly appreciate your support.
We were actually blown away and genuinely touched by the response to the bushfire crisis and to the [Freo Fire] fund.
It meant so much to know that people across the other side of Australia (and indeed the world!) weren't just thinking of us, they were motivated to help.
It goes without saying that we say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who contributed...
The grant enables [potentially] hundreds of people to learn about cool traditional burning practices and undertake strategic planning.
Thank you and well done to the Freo Fire Fund supporters.
The funds have given a sense of hope and the ability to make huge progress on traditional burning - a way of managing land that could revolutionise how we manage fire in the future
HOW TO USE THIS SITE
Find about fundraising events and activities being held around Fremantle to help fire affected communities.
If you want to host your own fundraiser you can also find useful resources to help you fundraise for the Freo Fire Fund.
The Freo Fire Fund is held by the Fremantle Foundation (ABN 23 922 104 836) and funds raised will be distributed to not-for-profit organisations which have been identified as doing one or more of the following:
Providing emergency assistance to people who have been displaced or impacted by bushfire
Caring for wildlife affected by bushfire
Helping people who have lost homes and property in the fires to rebuild their lives
Working to reduce fire risk in fire-prone areas or prevent or deal with bushfires
Volunteer Fire Brigades in affected areas
READY TO HOST A FUNDRAISER?
YOU'LL NEED THESE...
DONATION TIN COVER
We are a collective of artists, designers and creatives donating work towards an online art store, where the sale of works will be fundraising for ongoing support for bush fire affected communities in Australia, through the Freo Fire Fund.
Download the submission form to donate an artwork.
The Art For Oz Fires website is currently live with over
100 donated artworks for sale. Please visit the site to
view and purchase artworks
KOALA MASK CHALLENGE
We’ve seen many of our furry friends suffer so greatly in the recent bushfires, especially Koalas!
So let’s continue to help them whilst having some fun along the way!
Spread support globally via the Koala Drink Challenge, showing the world how the koala in you takes a drink.
Image: Mary Anne Rath
How to join in:
Download a koala mask for each participant
Decorate the mask if you’re feeling creative.
Take a picture with your mask/s while taking a drink
Upload your photo on the Koala Mask Challenge Facebook page
Tag your friends, & challenge them with a link to this site.
Possibilities are endless, so get creative!
Involve your friends, family, peers, colleagues, community group
Add your message of support to fire victims on your mask
See how many 'koalas' you can fit in a [stationary!] vehicle
How many of you can drink from the same bowl?
Be advised that the entries may be part of a Koala Mask gallery for future fundraising efforts, we’ll make sure your creations are credited.
Find out what is already happening around Fremantle for the Freo Fire Fund
Old Boys School, 92 Adelaide St,
Fremantle WA 6160