RED Cross Tasmanian Bushfire 2013 Appeal: 1800 811 700 or www.redcross.org.au
Vinnies Bushfire Appeal: 131 812 or www.vinnies.org.au/tas
Salvation Army Australian Disaster Relief Fund: 137258 or www.salvos.org.au
Rotary Tasmania bushfire appeal: www.rotary9830.org.au
The Save the Children Bushfire Appeal is raising money to support vulnerable families and fund projects focused on children and young people. Donate by calling 1800 760 011 or www.savethechildren.org.au
NON-PERISHABLE food and babies' and children's goods can be dropped off at the Property Services Building of the University of Tasmania's Newnham campus, to be distributed by the St Vincent de Paul Society. The building is on Aquaculture Road and open from noon to 2pm on weekdays until Friday, January 18.
St John Ambulance Tasmania is collecting donations of non-perishable food at its Northern headquarters at 2 Innocent Street, Kings Meadows, and at its North-West centre in the Lauriston Arcade, 126 Best Street, Devonport.
Vinnies stores are accepting donations of goods for bushfire victims between 9am and 5pm weekdays. For large donations, please call 63330288.
Autism Tasmania is seeking donations of autism-specific items such as fiddle toys, pressure vests and weighted blankets to help fire victims with autistic children. Donations can be dropped off at 59D Amy Road, Newstead. Contact Robyn Davis on 0408376838.
Fullers Bookshop Launceston is collecting books to help rebuild the Dunalley Primary School library. Good- quality books appropriate to a primary school-aged audience can be dropped off at the St John Street store during opening hours.
Horseland stores are accepting donations of horse gear, including rugs, halters and lead ropes and veterinary and grooming products. They will be distributed to horse owners in affected areas.
Launceston butchers can donate meat to St George's Square Butchers in Ann Street on Monday, January 14, and Tuesday, January 15, for refrigerated transport to people in the affected communities on Wednesday, January 16.
VOLUNTEERING Tasmania has set up a registry for anyone wanting to contribute to relief efforts. Register online at volunteeringtas.org.au
RSPCA TASMANIA has launched an appeal to help care for pets whose homes were destroyed in the bushfires. Donate online at www.rspca.org.au. Register your home as a temporary shelter for pets and horses displaced by the fire by calling 62443033.
The Animal Medical Centre in Charles Street, Launceston, is accepting donations of pet food, bowls, bedding and carriers on behalf of the RSPCA. The centre is open from 7.30am to 7pm weekdays and 10am to 5pm weekends.
DONATIONS to Against Animal Cruelty Tasmania can be made online and will be distributed to carers in bushfire- affected areas. Go to www.aact.org.au and put Wildlife Fund as the reference.
COST-PRICE Gallagher Fencing materials can be purchased from Roberts at Bridgewater, Hobart, Oatlands and Campbell Town, to be delivered to fencing co-ordinators at Hamilton and Sorell.
Waratah Fencing and Rural Solutions Tasmania at Sorell have also discounted material to rebuild burnt fences.
Fencers who want to help farmers rebuild can contact Dimity Hirst on 0408506103.
CRESSY Transport is carting hay by the semi-trailer load to affected farmers. Contact them to donate hay or money for fuel.
The Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association is collecting stock feed and machinery at Elders stores and Cressy Transport. Fodder can be donated by calling the TFGA office. Donations to the TFGA Disaster Relief Fund can be made by contacting the office or downloading the form on www.tfga.com.au
Pages Transport is collecting donations of stock feed to be delivered to bushfire-affected areas. Contact Shannon on 0488695556 or Jonathon on 0419367429.
DONATIONS to the Red Cross Tasmanian Bushfires Appeal can be made at the checkout of any Woolworths or Big W store.
Domino's will donate $1 from every pizza sold on Wednesday, January 16, to the Red Cross Tasmanian Bushfires 2013 Appeal. Participating stores are in Kings Meadows, Launceston, Mowbray, Kingston, Burnie, Devonport, Glenorchy, Hobart, Rosny, Sorell and Ulverstone.
Pizza Capers in Brisbane Street, Launceston, is donating all tips received this month to the Red Cross Tasmanian Bushfires 2013 Appeal.
GALA: The Launceston Responds: Helping Our Tassie mates bushfire fund-raising gala is sold out but businesses can donate items to be auctioned off by contacting the Launceston City Council.
FIREWORKS: Gold coin donations collected at the LA-FM and CHilli 90.1 Australia Day Eve Fireworks at Royal Park on January 25 will be donated to the Red Cross Tasmanian Bushfires 2013 Appeal. Donations can also be made through the radio station.
MASS: Collection plates from Catholic masses in Tasmania today, and Sunday, January 20, will be donated to the Vinnies Bushfire Appeal.
CONCERTS: Proceeds from six Soundwave hardcore sideshows will go towards Tasmanian bushfire fund- raising efforts. Money raised will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the promoters.
CAR WASH: On Saturday, January 19, Jackson Motor Company staff will be donating their time to wash cars at JMC from 9am to 1pm for $20, with all proceeds going to the bushfire victims. At noon, there will also be a sausage sizzle.
DANCE: A fund-raising dance will be held at the Launceston Elderly Citizens Club at 16 Landale St, Invermay, on Saturday, January 19. Doors open at 7pm and dancing starts at 8pm. Donations will be accepted at the door.