With all bushfires now contained, thanks to the huge and welcome February rainfall and efforts of the Rural Fire Service, there’s still much to be done.

The last days of 2019 through to the start of 2020 Australia faced down an unprecedented Bushfire Crisis. With scores of deaths, hundreds of thousands of animals killed and vast tracts of land burnt beyond recognition, it’s a crisis that will have a flow on effect for years to come.

The organisations and communities bearing the brunt of the impact are still in need of relief and the global community has stepped up to the challenge of raising funds. Our trainers and alumni stepped up too, with archival releases and even huge cash donations to the organisations on the front lines, and we’re forwarding proceeds of our sample packs store for wildlife rehabilitation.

Thom McAllister has pulled together three tracks from the early days of his Cop Envy project, titled “Z Sides” all proceeds go towards NSW RFSFire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities and Victorian Bushfire Disaster Appeal.

 Jared Beeler aka DJ Plead has released three tracks that feature heavily in his DJ sets again with all proceeds again going towards the NSW RFSFire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities and Victorian Bushfire Disaster Appeal.

 

Logic 1000 has come through with the follow up to her Cop Envy co-produced hit “Please Believe Me” again, all proceeds going towards NSW RFSFire Relief Fund for First Nations Communities and Victorian Bushfire Disaster Appeal

 

Liveschool is sending 100% of every sample pack purchased over the next 3 months to the Australian Wildlife Organisation, who are the biggest private (not for profit) owner / manager of land for conservation in Australia. They are working to support various organisations to help save endangered wildlife affected by the bushfires.

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Liveschool course contributor and bonafide EDM superstar Flume has come through with a massive donation of $100,000 to WIRES, Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organisation.

 

 

Triple J’s current affairs program Hack has posted a helpful guide on how you can help and the places to send donations.

Already the first signs of regeneration as the burnt bushland begins new growth and renewal. And thanks to the support of the music community and donors from all over the globe, there’s support for the animals, the townships and the volunteers to speed their recovery too.

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