13 Jan 2020

The Rocks is supporting the Bushfire Relief

Many of our venues and stores are contributing to the Bushfire Appeal.
The Rocks is supporting the Bushfire Relief
We'd like to thank all of the emergency services and volunteers for their incredible efforts and courage on the frontline and for doing such an amazing job battling to save lives and properties.

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

ASLAN Coffee Roasters

In addition to their tip jar, they will be donating 10% of all retail sales from the store in the month of January and February to the NSW Rural Fire Service.


ATTY Gallery

For every Matilda Koala, Charlotte Wallaby and Ned Koala (gallery only for Ned) adoption, $40 will be donated to the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital (PMKH). Each adoptee of these animals will receive an eAdoption from PMKH of a real koala being treated at the Koala Hospital.

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.


Bonza Bike Tours

ALL revenue from tours/hires delivered on Saturday the 18 January will be donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service.


Deciem Australia

Deciem have donated $100,000 across the WIRES Wildlife Rescue and the NSW Rural Fire Service.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣The group based in Australia will be taking paid time away from work to volunteer with recovery in the coming months.


Endeavour Tap Rooms

Endeavour Tap Rooms are donating $5 from every Tasting Paddle sold in the month of January to The Australian Red Cross.


Fortune of War Hotel & First Fleet Bistro

For every beer or wine sold in the month of January they're donating $0.10 which will be split 50/50 between the NSW RFS and the WWF to support both people and the environment. They also have donation boxes available for guests who'd like to donate more.


Gelatissimo

On Saturday 18 January, $1 from every scoop sold will be donated to St Vincent de Paul.


Hunting Hue

100% of DOS sticker sales will be donated to the WIRES Wildlife Rescue. Cost per sticker, $5.


La Renaissance Cafe

All proceeds from their Red Cross Macaron will be donated to The Australian Red Cross. They are $5 each or $35 for a ribboned box of seven.


Pop on The Rocks

Pop on The Rocks will be raffling off a limited edition LEGO PEOPLE - MR Fireman 40x40 cm Framed Canvas Print. All proceeds will be donated to the NSW Rural Fire Service. Tickets are $5 each and the raffle will be drawn 30 January 2020 (you don't need to be present to win). Or, you can own one now for a $395 donation.


Sergeant Lok

Donating $1 per alcoholic drink sold in the month of January to the NSW Rural Fire Service.


Squidinki

$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.
 

Argyle Gallery

Donated 10% of sales for 11 and 12 January to the NSW Rural Fire Service.


The Australian Heritage Hotel

Donating all proceeds raised through staff tips, Karma Keg and Friday Night Meat Raffles to the NSW Rural Fire Service and WIRES Wildlife Rescue.


The Crystal Gallery

Donating 10% of sales on all crystals sold (excluding jewellery) to the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital.


The Mercantile Hotel

On Sunday 2 February, The Mercantile Hotel will be hosting a fundraiser event for the whole day to raise money for The Australian Red Cross.

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.


The Push

For every cocktail sold in the month of January The Push is donating $0.50 which will be split 50/50 between the NSW Rural Fire Service and the WWF to support both people and the environment. They also have a donation box available for guests who'd like to donate more.


The Russel Boutique Hotel

The Russel Hotel has a donation box on the reception desk for any guests checking in out out who'd like to donate to the NSW Rural Fire Service and the WWF.