Help the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery
I will be cutting off my dreadlocks to raise funds to send to Australia for the victims of the current bushfires.Nationwide
After having my dreadlocks for 14 years, I have decided to cut them off in order to help raise money for those in Australia suffering as a result of the deadly bushfires. I will be cutting them off on the 18th January, and will post progress photos on the facebook event, and on my Facebook profile. Please help with even just a little for a very worthy cause.
The facebook event is here:
To date, the bushfire disaster has claimed the lives of at least 23 people, with more still missing. Approximately half a billion animals have been killed and over 7 million hectares of land have been burned in the fires. At least 1700 homes have been destroyed.
I will be raising money for Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery, and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate a little or a lot, everything helps.
Thank you for your support. I've included information about Australian Red Cross below:
"Your donation to Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery helps our emergency teams to do their work - including the bushfires we're currently seeing across NSW, Qld and SA, and disasters yet to come.
It enables us to give people the support they need in disasters: whether that's help to prepare, a safe place to take shelter, psychological first aid, information, and practical support through the months and even years it can take to recover".
dean bradley's involvement (page creator)
I've decided to help in what little way I can, all donations will be sent through to the Australian Red Cross disaster and relief recovery fund.
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This page was created on 7 Jan 2020 and closes on 28 Jan 2020.