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Applejack Bushfire Relief

Applejack Hospitality are raising funds to help those affected by the devastating Australian bushfires.

Together we can make a difference, every bit counts.

We are extremely saddened and overwhelmed with the scale and impact of the bushfires that have been burning Australia over the past few months. Around 6 million hectares of our beautiful country has been burned. Hearing about people losing their lives, their homes, their businesses and millions of animals being hurt is absolutely devastating and our hearts go out to all those affected.

We want to say a huge thank you to all the heroic firefighters, volunteers and supporters who are striving to keep us safe.

Please know there are many ways in which you can help. As a company, we are doing our part to help raise funds to help people in need, both now and in the future, to rebuild their communities.

On Saturday 1st February Bopp & Tone held an exclusive fundraising evening to raise much-needed funds for the people and animals affected by the Australian bushfire crisis.

We’re overwhelmed with the generosity from our suppliers, external brands and individuals who have donated to this event, including all the food, drinks, entertainment and prizes in our raffle and silent auction. Together we have raised over $22,000 from your ticket sales and raffles, which is incredible and we thank you.  All proceeds are being donated equally to WIRES WildLife RescueAustralian Red Cross Disaster & Recovery Fund and Salvation Army Bushfire Appeal.

The Bushfire Benefit Silent Auction offers will be live and available to bid on until Friday 14 February. Make your bid on coastal getaways, unique experiences, beauty products, career coaching, exclusive wines and more.

How You Can Help

Every Bit Counts

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Bopp & Tone Bushfire Benefit

Applejack Head Chefs, bar managers, front and back of house teams are coming together on Sat 1st Feb to donate their time and raise money for people in need. Tickets are $150 per person and all proceeds will be donated.

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SoCal Taco Fundraiser

SoCal Sydney are hosting an All You Can Eat Taco night on Tues 21 Jan with 50% of sales going to those affected by the Australian bushfire crisis. Tickets are $40 per person.

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Café Coffee Donations

On Mon 13th Jan, 100% of profits from coffee sales all day at Junes Shoppe and Table Sixty will be donated to those affected by the Australian bushfire crisis. Pop by for your morning coffee and give back.

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Cocktails for a Cause

Across all our Applejack venues, we are donating a percentage of certain cocktail sales to those affected by the Australian bushfire crisis. Find out what cocktails will make a difference.

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Dine & Donate

Dine at any of our Applejack restaurants and you can add on a donation to your final bill that will be donated to The Red Cross to help those affected by the Australian bushfire crisis.

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Tap Rooms Paddle Donation

Throughout the month of January Endeavour Tap Rooms will donate $5 from every Tasting Paddle sale to those affected by the Australian bushfire crisis.

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Kindness Store Donation

The Botanist Kirribilli are all about spreading kindness, so we have added to option to gift a donation via our Kindness Store to those affected by the Australian bushfire crisis.

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The Botanist Dining Fundraiser

The Botanist Kirribilli donated all profits from their lunch and dinner service on Wed 8 Jan to those affected by the Australian bushfire crisis.

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Where we are donating the funds raised:

There are many organisations that need funds to be able to support those affected by the bushfires (full list at the bottom of this page), and we wish we could support them all. We have chosen to donate the funds we raise to Australian Red Cross Disaster & Recovery Relief, Salvation Army Bushfire Disaster Appeal and WIRES Emergency Fund For Wildlife because we believe they are doing great work helping people and animals in need, both now and to rebuild their communities.

More About The Charities:

*Australian Red Cross Disaster Response and Recovery Fund – providing short and long-term support to people and communities impacted by the bushfires.
*WIRES Emergency Fund for Wildlife – to help the wildlife victims of the bushfires in NSW
*Salvation Army Bushfire Disaster Appeal – supporting the communities affected by the bushfires by providing meals, frontline assistance and strategic support over the long term.

Make A Donation

Donating money is one of the most useful ways to help. We have listed below a number of charities and funds you can donate to by simply clicking their links.

*Australian Red Cross Disaster Response and Recovery Fund – provide short and long-term support to people and communities impacted by the bushfires.
*WIRES Emergency Fund for Wildlife – to help wildlife victims of the bushfires in NSW
*Port Macquarie Koala Hospital GoFundMe –  for fire-affected koalas and to help ensure the survival of koalas who have had their habitat destroyed
*Givit – a service that lists the exact needs of individuals through charities so that the public can directly donate exactly what is needed.
*Foodbank – Foodbank is delivering emergency food and water relief to bushfire affected communities in Victoria’s East Gippsland region.
*Vinnies Bushfire Appeal –  help rebuild the lives of those affected by fires through the provision of food, clothing, furniture and money to pay bills.
*The Salvation Army – support the communities affected by the bushfires by providing meals, frontline assistance and strategic support over the long term.

We will also have Bushfire Donation tins available at all our restaurants to make a donation. Your generous donation means that the charities and funds can deliver crucial support right when it’s needed and that they can stay as long as it takes to help local communities make a full recovery.