The Rocks is supporting the Bushfire Relief
Our deepest sympathies and thoughts are with the people, communities and wildlife across our country that have been devastated by the bushfires. Donating funds to supporting organisations is the best way to help, but it’s not the only way, with many businesses at The Rocks doing their bit for the bushfire relief. See the ways you can help through visiting the retailers below.
We'll be updating this list as more offers of support comes through. If you're a retailer at The Rocks and supporting the bushfire relief, please get in touch.
Image credit: Ken Leanfore
Each $40 contribution will go towards the rehabilitation and healthcare of the koalas at PMKH.
The ATTY commitment will go beyond the short term as it is a promise to give something back to our fluffy, furry and fierce community of animal friends for as long as ATTY remains trading in business.
All proceeds from their Red Cross Macaron was donated to The Australian Red Cross.
Pony Dining are donating all proceeds from their Lemon Myrtle Spritz and Pavlova to the Rural Fire Service NSW.
Pop on The Rocks raffled off a limited edition LEGO PEOPLE - MR Fireman 40x40 cm Framed Canvas Print. All proceeds were donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service. If you missed out, you can own one now for a $395 donation.
$1 for every koala product sold online or in-store goes to the WIRES emergency fund to help our native animals who are victims of the fires and drought.
They'll be raffling off flights to Ireland ($2000 travel voucher) and donating proceeds from all food and beverage sales on the day. Their musicians, security and staff will be donating their time for the day and whatever the Merc would have ordinarily paid, will be donated instead. In the meantime, buckets are currently on the bar accepting any donations, big or small.
With My Boy are donating 10% of every transaction made between February and April to the NSW Rural Fire Services.
Nellie & Norm are supporting the Animal Rescue Collective Craft Guild of Australia by making over 200 knitted nests for injured wildlife around NSW. You can get involved too by collecting a free ball of cotton and a pattern on how to crochet a nest from Nellie & Norm at The Rocks Markets.