How to help animals during the bushfire crisis
We are thinking of all those who have been affected by the bushfires that have swept across this country. This terrible crisis has also affected countless animals, including pets, livestock, and wildlife.
Here are some ways you can help animals throughout Australia, including New South Wales (NSW), Victoria, Queensland, and South Australia.
Donating Goods and Volunteering
Please get in touch with the RSPCA directly if you would like to volunteer your time and skills.
If you would like to donate items to help animals that have been affected by fires, please get in touch with one of the State and Territory Societies listed below.
Donations and Fundraising
Find out how you can donate to the RSPCA in your state or region.
NEW SOUTH WALES
RSPCA NSW works hard to help companion animals and reach and assess livestock affected by bushfires. Please donate to the Bushfire Appeal to support them.
Read this important update on WIRES to support wildlife.
RSPCA VIC, one of the agencies working under the Victorian Emergency Animal Welfare Plan, is on the ground helping animals affected by fires. Donate directly to support their efforts.
Read this important update by Wildlife Victoria to support wildlife.
Contact Agriculture Victoria at 1800 226 226 to report or get help for injured livestock.
The RSPCA QLD Wildlife Hospital continues to assist injured animals at the current time. It can be used to donate.
RSPCA QLD can be contacted directly at 1300 ANIMAL for any questions regarding injured animals, livestock, or pets.
RSPCA SA works hard to help as many animals during this crisis as possible, including by providing emergency boarding when possible.