Shop to Support Australian Bushfire Relief13 Jan 2020
Our thoughts are with the people affected by this unprecedented disaster and with the brave men and women at the fire front who are working tirelessly to keep our communities safe. Our centre is managed by Vicinity Centres and we, as a business, will make a cash donation to The Salvation Army and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal to help those affected by the ongoing bushfire crisis.
We have also coordinated a donation point at the Colonnades Customer Service Desk for customers who would like to support the bushfire disaster relief efforts through a cash donation. 100% of funds donated here will go to our chosen charity partners, The Salvation Army and the CFS Foundation.
Many of our retail partners are also offering support to various charities and are taking donations in store. If you are curious as to how you can shop in support, we have compiled a list of Colonnades stores who are helping contributing to bush fire crisis relief.
|ALDI||Aldi has pledged $200,000 to Foodbank Australia as well as the donation of food, water, hygiene products and logistics support. They are also accepting donations to Foodbank Australia through any Aldi tills, which are now set up as donations points.|
|ALLY FASHION||Ally Fashion are donating 100% of sales (online and in-store) from their Canvas Tote Bag range to support the Bushfire Relief up until Wednesday 22nd January 2020. Proceeds will be donated to NSW Rural Fire Services.|
|ANYTIME FITNESS||Anytime Fitness is donating 100% of the Relief Run registration fees to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund. Relief Run is completely virtual run – participants can run or walk anytime, anywhere globally between 17-19 January 2020 and our clubs will be open to everyone. For more information on Relief Run visit https://reliefrun.com.au.|
|AUSTRALIA POST SHOP||Australia Post outlets across Australia will be accepting donations for the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund to support bushfire affected communities.|
|BAKERS DELIGHT||Bakers Delight are proud to be supporting our local communities by donating $1 from every 6-Pack of Hot Cross Buns sold to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund from 16-29 January; Accepting donations to Australian Red Cross at all bakery registers; providing bread and snacks to firefighters, volunteers, evacuees and animals in affected areas; donating bread to bushfire relief fundraising events and partnering with Oz Harvest to make rolls to go to those affected by the fires around Canberra.|
|BAROSSA FINE FOODS||Barossa Fine Foods have set up donation points at each of their stores with all funds going to CFS Foundation.|
|BEST & LESS||Best & Less are raising funds in store for Drought Angels, the community organisation providing on-the-ground relief to Aussie farmers and communities affected by drought and fires in the form of personal visits, care packs, food hampers, pre-paid Visa cards and fuel vouchers.|
|BIG W||BIG W has joined with Woolworths Supermarkets to donate a total of $200,000 in BIG W and Woolies gift vouchers to schools in bushfire affected areas. Customers can also donate to S.T.A.N.D. (Support Through Australian National Disasters) through any BIG W or Woolworths store.|
|BOOST JUICE||Boost Juice will be donating ALL proceeds from the sale of Acai All Day, Keen for Green and Wild Blueberry Boosts on Wednesday 8th Jan to Vinnies Australia and RSPCA Australia who are supporting the families and animals that have been affected by bushfires.|
|BRAS N THINGS||Hanes Australasia has pledged to provide at least $500,000 of support to those impacted - $400,000 worth of product will be distributed via GIVIT, the Salvation Army or directly to those in need, and $100,000 in cash donations will be provided to various organisations focused on fire fighting and relief efforts. Bras N Things will also be accepting $2 donations in store until 29 February 2020 that will go directly to GIVIT to help fund the purchase of essential products required by people in need.|
|CHARLESWORTH NUTS||Charlesworth Nuts have donated $10,000 to The State Emergency Relief Fund (SERF) which has been activated in order to provide support for the victims of the Cudlee Creek fire and Kangaroo Island fires.|
|CHEMIST WAREHOUSE||Chemist Warehouse has donated $250,000 worth of vouchers to people in bushfire affected communities and distributed over $100,000 of product directly to relief centres. The have also donated $300,000 directly to The Salvation Army Bushfire Appeal and are collecting funds on behalf of The Salvation Army Bushfire Relief at all Chemist Warehouse stores.|
|COTTON ON GROUP||The Cotton On Group (including Cotton On, Supre and Typo) has pledged $250,000 and will be matching team member donations dollar-for-dollar. On top of that The Cotton On Foundation will be donating 100% of proceeds from Foundation product sales in Australia to bushfire relief efforts until the end of January. They have already raised $455,639 from team member and customer contributions, which will be providing immediate disaster relief across five pillars including People (Foodbank Australia), Communities (Australia Red Cross), Wildlife (WWF Australia), Education (Save The Children Australia) and Environment (CFA and NSW Rural Fire Service).|
|DAN MURPHY'S||Dan Murphy's is now accepting donations in all stores to help The Salvation Army Australia Disaster Appeal. Dan Murphy's is also a part of the Woolworth Group who have donated a total of $200,000 in BIG W and Woolies gift vouchers to schools in bushfire affected areas.|
|GO VITA||Go Vita are selling Kangaroo Island honey, helping local fire effected businesses to thrive through this period.|
|JAMAICA BLUE||Jamaica Blue is donating 50c from every coffee sold on Wednesday 8th January across all Jamaica Blue cafes in Australia. On top of this, their parent company Foodco will match whatever they raise. The proceeds will be donated to Australian Red Cross disaster relief for the communities that have been devastated by these bushfires.|
|KMART||Kmart Group donated an initial $100,000 to their charity partners The Salvation Army and Uniting Care Australia in December. They have also set up the Bushfire Relief Appeal across all our stores in Australia and New Zealand and will match dollar for dollar all cash contributions made to the Appeal in store. All proceeds will go directly to The Salvation Army.|
|LOVISA||Lovisa are donating 100% of all global sales from 8 until 14 January 2020 to Red Cross Australia and WWF Australia.|
|LOWES||Lowes Australia has donated $100,000 to help support the Bushfire Relief and will also have donation tins available in all 200 of their stores for the Salvation Army, Wires and your State Fire Service.|
|MCDONALDS||McDonalds have donated $500,000 to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund to help those affected by the bushfires get back on their feet. They’re also collecting donations to support volunteer firefighters across the country. To help local volunteer firefighters, head to your nearest Macca’s or use the mymacca’s app to donate $1, $2, $5 or $10|
|MUFFIN BREAK||Muffin Break is donating $1 for every Laminigton product sold to WIRES Wildlife Rescue.|
|NONI B GROUP||Noni B Group (including Noni B and Rockmans) has donated $50,000 to St Vincent De Paul Society. They have also partnered with GIVIT and from the 7–14 January 2020 every item purchased between now and the 13th of January equals an item donated to those in need.|
|PRICELINE||Priceline are accepting donations at all registers to support the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery fund|
|SPECSAVERS||In addition to the $18,000 Specsavers donated before Christmas, they are donating another $100,000 from January sales to support Australian bushfire relief. This donation will support the NSW Fire Service, Victorian Bushfire Relief Appeal, Human Services SA Emergency Relief Fund and the Salvation Army Disaster Appeal.|
|SPENDLESS||Spendless Shoes have donated $30,000 to The Salvation Army Disaster Appeal and are accepting cash donations at any of their stores between Wednesday the 8th of January to Sunday the 12th of January.|
|SUSHI HUB||Sushi hub is raising money for The Trustee for the NSW Rural Fire Service & Brigades Donations Fund|
|THE BODY SHOP||The Body Shop Australia is donating $25,000 to WIRES Wildlife Rescue to support the animal victims of the fires. They are also participating in the Relief Run and donating 100% of the Relief Run registration fees to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund. Relief Run is completely virtual run – participants can run or walk anytime, anywhere globally between 17-19 January 2020 and our clubs will be open to everyone. For more information on Relief Run visit https://reliefrun.com.au.
|THE COFFEE CLUB||The Coffee Club Colonnades are taking donations in store for WIRES Wildlife Rescue.|
|THE JUST GROUP||The Just Group (including Dotti, Just Jeans and Jay Jays) will make a donation of $250,000 to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery appeal.|
|THE SPECIALITY FASHION GROUP||The Speciality Fashion Group (including Autograph, City Chic, Crossroads, Katies, Millers and Rivers) has donated $50,000 to St Vincent De Paul Society. They have also partnered with GIVIT and from the 7–14 January 2020 they will donate an item of clothing for every item purchased online.|
|WOOLWORTHS||Woolworths Supermarkets has joined with Big W to donate a total of $200,000 in BIG W and Woolies gift vouchers to schools in bushfire affected areas. Customers can also donate to S.T.A.N.D. (Support Through Australian National Disasters) through any BIG W or Woolworths store.|
As more retailers come on board, we will continue to update this list.