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Domino’s Registered Charity Give for Good Announces 1 Year Partnership with Disaster Relief Australia
Domino’s Disaster Relief initiatives are supported by Give for Good, which funds future preparedness programmes, economic recovery, resilience aid, and the management of a wide range of societal repercussions following a natural disaster. With this in mind, Give for Good will provide $100,000 to help fund Disaster Relief Australia’s localised Service Projects.
Project Resilience ‘Big Map’ Exercise in Willawarrin NSW
On Friday 22 April, Disaster Relief Australia led and managed the first Project Resilience “Big Map” exercise for the community of Willawarrin, NSW.
Clubs Supporting DRA’s Flood Recovery Efforts
Disaster Relief Australia wanted to assist in the Northern Rivers region, being one of the hardest hit areas during the recent flood emergency. Proudly supported by the New South Wales club industry, DRA were able to base relief operations out of the Coraki Golf Club.
Keno Extends Partnership with DRA for Two Years
Keno has renewed its partnership with DRA for the next two years to aid communities in the aftermath of disasters Disaster Relief Australia CEO Geoff Evans said the essential partnership between the two organisations supported communities following severe and life...
Resilience Corps Brings Together a Coalition of Groups Including Disaster Relief Australia
Pictured at North Head in Sydney is Emily Copley-Moorby, Monique Lehane, Mark Reilly and Adil Jain. Picture: Richard DobsonYoung people and volunteers from across Australia are being called upon to join a new disaster army to defend the country against fire and flood...
Veterans Benevolent Fund Keeps Veterans Safe as Disaster Season Looms
In August 2018, Disaster Relief Australia (DRA) came seriously close to suffering a fatality from a heart attack. Brett Burriss, then just 42, returned to the groups base at Dubbo RSL after a long day assisting farmers with drought relief in Western NSW. A little...
Lions Disaster Relief Australia Project – Supporting Veterans and Rebuilding Communities
Lions volunteers are committed to doing what they can to help others and make a difference in the community and the organisation has a proud history of mobilising to help communities in times of crisis. Lions are always amongst the first to help and are still there...
A Bit of Hope and Joy – Minderoo Volunteer Leigh van der Merwe
My folks live on Kangaroo Island. My family and I got over there a couple of weeks after the fires. I got to see the devastation and hear the stories firsthand. I understand the amount of help these people need. When I heard about the call out for volunteers through...
Bec, Tegan and Samatha from Keno volunteered on Operation Corkhill
Joining us on Operation Corkhill were Bec, Tegan and Smantha from Keno! BEC FARRELL - I have been working with KENO for 4 years and I’m in the Port Macquarie Region. This is my second time working with DRA. In 2019 just after the bushfires I went to Willawarrin and...
A Partnership Forged in Fire: Disaster Relief Australia and Minderoo Foundation Join Forces
Disaster Relief Australia, a veteran-led disaster relief organisation, is collaborating with Minderoo Foundation’s Fire and Flood Resilience initiative to increase the deployment of volunteers to more operations in fire-affected parts of Australia as part of a $2.4...