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A number of our retail partners are offering support, and there are many ways to get involved as a community. You can donate in Centre via participating stores, please see list of our retailers offering support below:

Kmart
Kmart have started a Bushfire Relief Appeal to give customers the opportunity to show their support. Kmart will match dollar for dollar all cash contributions made to the appeal, with 100% of collected funds being donated to the The Salvation Army. Kmart have also donated in December $100,000 to The Salvation Army and Uniting Care Australia.

Muffin Break
Muffin break will donate $1 for every Lamington Muffin or Lamington Milkshake sold this month to Bushfire relief organisation WIRES Wildlife Rescue.

Priceline
Priceline stores will be supporting the Red Cross Australia Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund by raising funds to assist Red Cross Emergency teams. Customers can head in store for information on how to donate.

Sussan & Suzanne Grae
The Sussan Group is making a donation of $100,000 to be split between The Salvation Army and Australian Red Cross.

Noni B, Crossroads & Millers
All three retailers have donated $50,000 to St Vincent de Paul Society, and they have also partnered with GIVIT to donate an item of clothing for every item sold between 7th – 14th January.

Sushi Sushi
Sushi Sushi have chosen to directly donate to Foodbank Australia, so they can use the funds to pack, sort and transport donated goods to those in need.

The Reject Shop
The Reject Shop has been supporting the Bushfire Support Fund since December with a partnership with the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief Recovery Division.

Mister Minit
Mister Minit have kindly donated $20,000 to the Salvation Army to support those suffering from the devastation.

Specsavers
Specsavers donated $18,000 in December to the bushfires, and will now be donating an additional $100,000 from their January sales to the NSW RFS, Vic Bushfire Relief Appeal, Human Services SA Emergency Relief Fund and the Salvation Army Disaster Appeal.

Dan Murphy’s
Dan Murphy’s are supporting The Salvation Army Australia Disaster Appeal.

McDonalds
McDonalds are proud to donate $500,000 to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund to help those affected by the bushfires. They are also collecting donations for the brave volunteer firefighters, simply head in store or donate via their MyMacca’s App, to donate $1, $2, $5 or $10 amounts.

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