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More camps for volunteers

16 July 2020
An additional $525,000 will complement the $1 million already provided and will be used to establish new base camps for volunteers.

Your donations have already supported BlazeAid across three States to repair and rebuild fencing to secure livestock.

This latest round of funding will enable BlazeAid to continue to work with local farmers in the Albury and Wodonga region with the expensive and essential recovery process.

The base camps are critical to ensure a safe and secure location for volunteers and also for the impacted community.

BlazeAid finds that a strong relationship often forms between the volunteer teams and the impacted locals which becomes a productive way to help with the long healing process.

Yes, it’s fences that are being repaired and rebuilt – that’s the physical benefit of BlazeAid.

Emotionally, the organisation and its team of volunteers also plays an unofficial role in helping communities in the healing process.

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