Kangaroo infront of burned trees

Fire & Water – An Australia Wide Appeal

by OneLightCharity Foundation

  • $250,000.00

    Funding Goal
  • $194,936.34

    Funds Raised
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Queensland, Australia

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Campaign Story


Many people and animals urgently need water.

The bushfires produce surreal images of evacuees fleeing to beaches—or boats—for safety.

Lifeline logo

Example 1: The alarming bushfire statistics of 6 January 2020

Map of Australia pointing out areas of current bushfires

Six times the Californian nightmare bushfires.

  • 25 people have died
  • 500 million wildlife perished
  • 1,500 homes have been destroyed
  • 15 million acres of bush, trees, and vegetation have burn

The scorched area was more significant than a country like Switzerland and six times the Californian nightmare bushfires.

What are the main reasons for bushfires?

  • Drought and sweltering temperatures
  • Fires in cars and trucks after road accidents
  • Lightning strikes set fire to grass and trees
  • Fires lit for burning off the grass that gets out of control
  • Careless people who, for example, drop their cigarette butts or let sparks and fire escape from their campfires
  • Arson – several people have been arrested.

How to help: Please donate water to scorched and drought-ravaged parts in Australia.

People carrying packs of water into warehouse.

Many people who have hastily evacuated from their homes end up lacking drinking water in the continuous heat.

We have seen the sad but inspiring images of the thirsty koala drinking water from the cyclist’s water bottle. Throughout Victoria and NSW are thousands of wildlife dying of thirst.


Example 2: The 2022 flooding in Lismore, northeast NSW, is the worst in living memory.

Lismore is the most flood-prone city in Australia; what happened recently was unimaginable – flood water climbed to a staggering 14.4m, almost two metres above the highest on record. Shocking stories emerge of people spending up to eight hours on their roofs hoping for rescue.

Deadly catastrophe

The scale of destruction is unimaginable and incredibly confronting. The recovery will take years as the true extent of the disaster becomes clear. Two out of three flood-affected homes in Lismore will need to be demolished and rebuilt or substantially repaired before being inhabited

Right now, there are unprecedented numbers of people in Lismore who have lost their homes and businesses. Here are ways to support them right now while everyone is waiting for their houses and businesses to dry out.

Please donate:

  • Cleaning products
  • Vinegar
  • Anti-mould chemicals
  • Gumboots
  • Buckets and mops

See drop off points below:


One Light volunteers Anthoni and Rob


Temporary Ops Centre
Southern Cross University
1 Military Road Lismore


One Light Charity
1/121 Scarborough street
Two men and older woman standing with donated furniture

Product donations will be donated to local Registered Charities who will distribute it to the neediest.

Ways to get involved:

  • Lifeline 13 11 14 is a confidential telephone crisis support service available 24/7 from a landline, payphone or mobile. Anyone across Australia experiencing a personal crisis can contact Lifeline.
  • Donate Cash, Trade Dollars, or Crypto and we will make donations to registered charities.
  • Help reduce arson by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
  • Share this Campaign on social media, double click on FB icon below.

Thank You!
Click on UPDATES to learn how your donations helped the Bushfire victims.

  • 13 Jan 2020: Lifeline Grant - $10 000

    Lifeline logo


    A BIG Thank You for your overwhelming support of the One Light Fire & Water Australia Bushfire Appeal.
    Because of your generosity, we were able to make the first Grant of  T$10 000 to the Lifeline 2020 Bushfire Crisis Appeal.

    It is common that some people struggle to deal with feelings and thoughts that result from a bushfire or from the tragic losses that may occur. It’s important to know the difference between a common reaction to a stressful or traumatic event and signs that indicate you should seek additional support.

    Common reactions:
    These reactions can be severe and are at their worst in the first week after the event, however, in most cases, they fade over a month.
    Beyond Common reactions:
    If your day-to-day functioning is seriously affected for more than one month after the event, it’s important to discuss it with a GP or mental health professional.

    Lifeline Queensland is actively fundraising to assist with the national bushfire crisis as well as for ongoing Lifeline Queensland activities.

    All money raised will go to:

    • increasing resources to the Lifeline Queensland 13 11 14 crisis support call centre hours and crisis support resourcing
    • delivering cross-border, on the ground support to Lifeline Australia to build capacity to respond to this disaster by:
      1. providing train-the-trainer sessions in Psychological First Aid (PFA) and other critical incident interventions
      2. providing experienced community recovery managers to mentor and support Lifeline Australia staff in managing community recovery responses and logistics.
    • continuing to provide the Lifeline Queensland 13 11 14 crisis support and community recovery services in the wake of recent Queensland bushfires, drought and other natural disasters as well as those who are doing it tough for any other reason.

    Your continuous support and generosity are greatly appreciated.

    Thank you

  • 22 Jan Water for Australia

    Bartercard Australia staff donating water at their Bushfire Lunch

    Water for Australia

    A water Campaign was set up by Bartercard Australia in partnership with One Light Charity Foundation.

    At the Bartercard Bushfire Lunch on the Gold Coast, the amazing staff donated much-needed water to go towards the drought-ravaged parts of Australia.
    Benowa Curries & Kebabs provided the delicious lunches, thank you!

    The water was donated to Ian Schmidt, volunteering at Granite Belt Water Relief, on Australia Day.

    Man in black shirt standing in front of water donation

    Water Donation

  • 28 Jan Granite Belt Water Donation - $5000

    The average Australian household uses 900-litres a day, whereas the residents’ of the drought-ravaged granite belt area have to work with 80-litres a day.

    We donated water on the weekend to The Granite Belt Water Relief’s Ian Schmidt. See Video
    Ian told us that the Storm King dam is empty. Every day 50 tankers are carting 1.5 million litres of water from Warwick to Stanthorpe.
    The state government is finalising plans for a pipeline to cart water from Toowoomba to Stanthorpe.
    He said donations made to the region recently from individuals and corporations have helped residents and businesses survive.

    Man in black shirt standing infront of donated water bottles

    Water donations have helped residents and businesses survive.

  • 30 Jan Westpac Helicopter Golf Day Raffle prize - $10 000

    Image of Red, White and Yellow Westpac Helicopter Services

    Westpac Helicopter Services

    Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service

    Established in 1975 as a weekend beach patrol. Through community support and fundraising, it became a critical life-saving service that operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week from four bases in Belmont, Broadmeadow, Tamworth and Lismore. Today it delivers aeromedical search, rescue and inter-hospital transfers to care for communities throughout Northern NSW and is approaching 2,000 missions per year, with a Doctor and Paramedic on board every flight.

    A Westpac helicopter and its crew were recently relocated to Southern NSW to undertake medical flights amidst the extreme heat and fire danger. Westpac 4 joined the enormous efforts of emergency personnel working on the front line. Their other three aircraft remain on call 24-7. No one has ever had to pay to be assisted by the Service.

    Westpac Helicopter Services has a Golf Day 21 Febr and since they have done fantastic work with the recent bushfires we donated a raffle prize on your behalf to help them with their fundraising efforts.

    Collage of Paradise Taveuni Fiji holiday

    Paradise Taveuni Travel Package

  • 17/02/2020 Animal Welfare League Beenleigh - $18 500

    The fire that occurred on Rossman’s Road in Stapylton was in close proximity to Animal Welfare League Qld Rehoming Centre .
    The wonderful crew from the Birnam Rural Fire Brigade stayed at Animal Welfare League Qld Beenleigh Rehoming Centre until 1 a.m to ensure the animals were safe, even leaving a note to say how “well behaved” the pups were. They also brought in all the animal blankets to ensure they didn’t get ash on them.

    Note written by friendly fireman who protected the animals at the Animal Welfare League Beenleigh

    We made contact with the State Animal Welfare League, and the Beenleigh centre

    We were touched by this recent newspaper article about the Birnam Rural Fire Brigade Crew staying until 1 a.m, making sure that the AWL Beenleigh animals were safe and the lovely note that they left.

    We visited the AWL Beenleigh centre on Valentine’s day, Friday 14th of February. It was the perfect day to show our love and appreciation for the beautiful work that the emergency services and the AWL are doing.

    Pamela, Manager at the AWL Beenleigh, gave us the approval to deliver the following gifts on behalf of our donors.

    • AWL Volunteers: $100 chocolate gift certificates
    • AWL Beenleigh staff: chocolates/flowers
    AWL Beenleigh staff receiving gifts from One Light Charity Foundation on Valentines day.

    Max and Mason AWL Beenleigh

    AWL Beenleigh animals:

    •                       22 new food bowls
    •                       22 sleeping mats
    •                       7 harnasses
    •                       5 nail clipper sets
    •                       Purina Food and treats for all the animals at the AWL Beenleigh Centre
    •                       John Deere ride on lawn-mower
    AWL Beenleigh staff giving cuddles to Fluffy dog

    Fluffy dog with angels Mason and volunteer Danielle

    AWL QLD: Bartercard T$10 000 Grant that could be used to purchase holiday travel packages and used as raffle prizes/auction items at the AWL High Tea in May.

    Details of travel packages to be discussed later on.

    Photo of lady with black pants standing in an office at the AWL Beenleigh in front of products donated By One Light Charity Foundation and Bartercard Members

    AWL Qld Manager Melinda Phipps

  • 27 February Kangaroo Island

    Bushfire Breakfast

    Image of women's breakfast

    Early Risers Women In Business Club

    We went to a special Bushfire breakfast recently, featuring Kangaroo Island businesswoman Lisa Collins, sharing her story following the fires. 

    Women pointing to a map on a big screen

    Lisa Collins

    Lisa is a former Gold Coaster. She is currently a Chocolatier & Coffee Shop owner on the Island. It was heartbreaking to listen about the mayhem and destruction that the bushfires caused on the Island.  

    The before and after photos of the Island is heartbreaking.

    White board with collage of photos of Kangaroo Island Bushfires

    Kangaroo Island

    Lisa explained the journey ahead for its residents to regain their livelihoods & their tourism status.

    Text on white board Kangaroo Island from disaster back to crown jewel  Women in red dress handing Bartercard gift certificate to lady dressed in black After listening to Lisa and doing intensive research about the Bushfire devastation, the One Light Board decided to send someone to visit the Island.

    Lee Geldenhuys, a director at One Light Charity, will be visiting Adelaide and Kangaroo Island towards the end of February to assess how the Charity can assist victims severely affected by the bushfires. 

    Andrew Everett will travel with Lee. He is Bartercard Adelaide’s accounts manager, with a passion for also helping others. 

    They will also meet up with Chocolart, Kangaroo Island Liquid Gold and Acacia Apartments (Bartercard Members) 

  • 09/03/2020 Stokes Bay Community Hall - $30 000

    Kangaroo Island Projects 

    The following projects have been identified as priorities that require funding support. Please note that there are other projects that have already been assisted by the government, large charities and international donors that have not been included in the projects below.

    Stokes Bay

    The worst affected area apart from the Flinders National Park is an area called “Stokes Bay”. Here just about the whole Community lost their homes, thousands of livestock and their Community Centre. Stokes Bay Community Hall (Incorporated Association, August 1960)

    According to Black Rabbit Architects the company appointed, estimates the cost to rebuild the Community Centre as well as a Shed to house the CFS (Country Fire Services ), Fire engine- to ensure the Community is never trapped without a fire truck again and equipment, will be somewhere between $350 000 – $500.000. The Building is only insured for $150 000

    So far OLC has pledged $30 000 to kick start the project. Louise is the Stokes Bay Chaplin and will help with the accountability of how the funds will be applied. The Community Centre is an incorporated organisation and the land belongs to the community, not counsel.
    The Stokes Bay Hall is the heartbeat of the community. This is where the people get together, play sports and go to church. This Hall has been around for 60 years and was fitted with a new kitchen just before the Bushfires


    One Light Charity's Director standing with people of the Stokes Bay Community next to the hall burned down by the bushfires

    Lee visiting Stokes Bay Community Hall


  • 17/03/2020 Kangaroo Island garlic grower, Shane Leahy - $20 000

    Kangaroo Island garlic grower, Shane Leahy.

    Shane Leahy, lost his home while he was out fighting the Kangaroo Island bushfires as a volunteer fireman.The shed on his property, housing his business – KI Fresh Garlic -survived by pure chance, as did his dogs Socks, Lucy and her seven puppies.
    Shane recently joined the Parndana CFS brigade and he’s been out fighting fires across Kangaroo Island for the past month.
    But there was no time for rest or reflection at the charred ruins of his home on January 3, 2020.
    The fires were still raging, so the farmer, wool classer and firefighter got straight back on the fire truck and continued the fight, trying to prevent others suffering the same fate.

    The far-reaching consequences of the fire on his own life would have to wait for the crisis to pass.He found a bed for a few hours each night, either with mates or at the Parndana Country Fire Services station, and continued working from dawn until midnight, battling the blazes which still threatened homes and property across the western half of the island.

    He bought the property in 2010, farming sheep, potatoes and now garlic to supplement his income as a wool classer. Originally from Fremantle in WA, he had spent years travelling Australia, classing sheep, before settling in Parndana in 2003. Now 46, he is entrenched in the community, has been president, vice-president and treasurer of the Parndana Roosters Football Club, where he clocked up his 250th game last year.
    He is also a senior member of the town’s CFS, and when he heard reports that the fire had reached the town and his property, he commandeered a truck with a mate and drove towards the maelstrom.
    So far OLC donated $30 000 of funds to Shane to help him with the recovery process of his garlic business and himself.

    Opportunity to Donors
    Help Shane to survive and restore his garlic business by supporting him with a lump sum or on a month to month basis.


    One Light Charity volunteer with Kangaroo Island garlic farmer and firefighter who lost everything in the bushfires.

    Lee with “Garlic man Shane” and his dogs who survived the bushfires


  • 30/03/2020 Kangaroo Island Estate Wines - $14000

    Man and young woman standing infront of wine estate shed

    Lee and Rachel May

    At Kangaroo Island Estate the May family put their heart, souls and passion into growing and nurturing the very best grapes for their exquisite, boutique wines.
    On the 20th of December 2019, they had to close their winery due to the devastating bushfires.
    The family, heavily involved in the CFS, will not be opening the winery for the next few weeks.
    Their vineyard took a hard hit.
    The family stays optimistic and posted on their Facebook that they have seen some positive signs. The plants are tough.
    Just a waiting game to see if they recover enough to produce fruit.
    But there is a lot of work to do either way

    Picture of a green mountain with blue sky tourism gift voucher

    Thank you so much, we really appreciate it and look forward to relaxing.

    Glad the vouchers have a long expiry date with all that’s happening right now!


    Cheryl May”


  • 06/04/2020 Chocol'art & Coffee - $3540

    Three men stand-in in coffee shop

    Pete Nash with Lee and Andrew

    This Kangaroo Island coffee shop’s “Pay It Forward Wall” is helping the community, volunteers and people who lost their homes in the recent Kangaroo bushfires, to feel loved and appreciated.
    Chocol’Art & Coffee situated in the central shopping district of Kingscote is supplying coffee for brewing and retail.
    If you want to buy quality roasted coffee, spend your money with the people and the communities who really, truly need it.
    It is a way to put money directly in the pockets of the people and communities who need it the most, and they need it now.

    Picture of a green mountain with blue sky tourism gift voucher

  • 21/04/2020 Kangaroo Island Stock Farm - $14000

    Man in blue shirt and shorts standing in a burnt down wool shed

    Woolshed on the Stanton farm

    The Stanton family are stock farmers near Stokes Bay. They lost the most: their house, the woolshed, a special stud Ram that was bought for breeding purposes and 4,000 sheep.

    Dead lamb stock thrown into a ditch

    Mr Stanton told us that the lambs knew the fire was coming. They all congregated in a circle. Stanton had to dig deep trenches to bury all the dead animals.The Stokes Bay Community was only expecting the fires the next day, but the wind turned. Stanton’s son fighting the fire in another area warned everyone that it was on its way and that they should get out. (A Miracle phone call, because somehow, he got through on his mobile even though the network towers had burnt down) … It wasn’t their time to die. It looked like the big “exodus” with everyone trying to get out, and the fires behind them. It was also on this road that a father and son got trapped and were tragically killed by the fires. Currently, most farmers who lost their homes have nowhere to live, some of them live in containers, the lucky ones have caravans. Stanton says that shortly after the bushfires, the rain came. People, supporters and donors lost interest and they feel alone and isolated. The insurance companies are taking a while to pay out and meanwhile they are stuck without homes or an income. Mr Stanton says he will never be able to replace the stock that he lost.

    Picture of a green mountain with blue sky tourism gift voucher

  • Planning our next Kangaroo Island visit.

    One Light Charity Foundation's Director Lee Geldenhuys cuddling a Koala

    Lee Geldenhuys

    “I would like to acknowledge, honour and thank all the Fire and Water donors.
    I was particularly careful with your donations, designated to the Bush Fire relief and decided to make donations in tranches.
    I am looking forward to reuniting with all the beautiful Kangaroo Island people that we met. We are planning our next Kangaroo Island visit and will offer more assistance as soon as the COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted.”

  • Final Kangaroo Island Grants $30 000

    Conclusion remarks of One Light’s Kangaroo Island support visit and final Grants made. See video

    Stokes Bay Bush Garden: $10000

    Paul and Carol Houston: $10000

    Pastor Louise Davis: $10000


  • Floods - Lismore

    We visited Lismore after the recent deadly catastrophe. The scale of destruction is unimaginable and incredibly confronting. The recovery will take years as the true extent of the disaster becomes clear.

    Two out of three flood-affected homes in Lismore will need to be demolished and rebuilt or substantially repaired before being inhabited.

    One Light volunteers Anthoni and Rob

    One Light volunteers Anthoni and Rob delivered cleaning products. See video

    Two men and older woman standing with donated furniture

    We were able to donate furniture to Lismore flood victims.

    Please read more: Lismore floods


  • Lismore Base Hospital

    Lady holding toys infront of big red heart

    𝐂𝐡𝐢𝐥𝐝𝐫𝐞𝐧’𝐬 𝐖𝐚𝐫𝐝 𝐋𝐢𝐬𝐦𝐨𝐫𝐞 𝐁𝐚𝐬𝐞 𝐇𝐨𝐬𝐩𝐢𝐭𝐚𝐥
    With Rebekka Battista, Our Kids fundraising coordinator:
    “We’ve got a lot of work ahead of us, your toy donation to Our Kids has made it so much easier to get things done and thrust us forward. Thank you for your generosity and support” See video here


Name Donate Amount Date
Mark Boden $20,000.00 June 01, 2022
TrustBridge Global Foundation National Christian Foundation $7,443.47 April 20, 2020
david mouritz $500.00 April 03, 2020
HolisticBlissMagazine -Vanessa Finnigan $250.00 February 28, 2020
Pepperminttreelodge -Grant Mcpherson $200.00 February 17, 2020
TrustBridge Global Foundation - National Christian Foundation $94,525.00 February 17, 2020
George Dobolewski $117.87 February 11, 2020
StaxChairs -Martin Oliver $250.00 February 10, 2020
Frank Maley $100.00 January 28, 2020
Michael Mc Elhinney $50.00 January 27, 2020
Fernandez Music -David Fernandez $200.00 January 24, 2020
HeathmontVet - Peter Green $500.00 January 24, 2020
Tullagroup -Kevin Maloney $5,000.00 January 23, 2020
Surry cutters -Sylvia Lux $250.00 January 23, 2020
Tina Trimble $500.00 January 23, 2020
Craig Schofield $500.00 January 23, 2020
Cameron Coutts $100.00 January 22, 2020
Visions07 -Amy Bond $1,000.00 January 22, 2020
Fernandez Music -David Fernandez $1,000.00 January 22, 2020
Rosemarie Lavers $500.00 January 17, 2020
Deborah Babb $500.00 January 17, 2020
Ekbal Singh $200.00 January 17, 2020
SignedMemorabilia -Adrian Boldrini $1,000.00 January 17, 2020
Clive Cavalot $1,400.00 January 16, 2020
Geoffrey Duke $500.00 January 16, 2020
Alan Gardner $100.00 January 16, 2020
Richie Poulsen $50.00 January 15, 2020
Kathryn Giovanos $50.00 January 15, 2020
Jamie O'brien $50.00 January 15, 2020
Loris Hendy $250.00 January 15, 2020
Josh Hills $500.00 January 15, 2020
Annette Hurley $500.00 January 15, 2020
Matt Scutcheon $100.00 January 15, 2020
Peter Andrews $250.00 January 15, 2020
Timothy Krause $250.00 January 15, 2020
Philip Stafford $100.00 January 15, 2020
Lenore Harbour $100.00 January 15, 2020
FamilyHealthAndWellbeing -Lisa Davidson-Lim $250.00 January 15, 2020
jim4socks - Jim Smith $5,000.00 January 15, 2020
CorellaCatering -Taryn Pearce $500.00 January 15, 2020
UVPower -Ian Gittus $1,000.00 January 14, 2020
Navpinder Gill $500.00 January 14, 2020
Leon Cupit $5,000.00 January 14, 2020
Nicole Sweeny $250.00 January 14, 2020
SheldonCollege Paul Watson $500.00 January 14, 2020
TheEnchantedFlorist Jolene Ward $500.00 January 14, 2020
Joseph Delle $500.00 January 13, 2020
Jeff Burke $500.00 January 13, 2020
SageGroup -Michael Osborne $500.00 January 13, 2020
BVAccountants -Lorraine Batey $250.00 January 13, 2020
John Salotti $50.00 January 13, 2020
Troy Bowen $5,000.00 January 13, 2020
dirk telkamp $500.00 January 13, 2020
AirportsMileLounge Michael Myong $500.00 January 13, 2020
Geoff Mehden $500.00 January 13, 2020
CrocodileMarketing -David McMahon $1,500.00 January 12, 2020
James Yuille $250.00 January 12, 2020
TheDesignerBranding Lucy Sargent $100.00 January 12, 2020
Meg Kerwick $500.00 January 12, 2020
Rob McKay $500.00 January 12, 2020
Pawan Soni $1,000.00 January 12, 2020
Adorama - Christine Farag $500.00 January 12, 2020
ExploreFiji - Connie Chew $500.00 January 12, 2020
Glenn Taylor $500.00 January 12, 2020
Revolution - Sandra Falfa $500.00 January 12, 2020
BalmainSpa -Raelene Buvac $500.00 January 12, 2020
Peter Thomas $500.00 January 12, 2020
Origem -David Benham $500.00 January 12, 2020
iSmileDental Jenni Tippmann $500.00 January 12, 2020
LightWorkHomeCleaning Michael Jackson $500.00 January 12, 2020
Kosta Mijatovic $500.00 January 12, 2020
Heather Kennedy $500.00 January 12, 2020
FotoForcePhotography -Ann Noon $500.00 January 12, 2020
Catherine O'Connor $5,000.00 January 12, 2020
Paula Brand $100.00 January 12, 2020
PPPlumbing -Michael $100.00 January 12, 2020
Leonard Hokke $100.00 January 12, 2020
BaliGifts -Suzanne Clark $100.00 January 12, 2020
Silk Peacock $100.00 January 12, 2020
David Kirby $100.00 January 12, 2020
Grant Wood $100.00 January 12, 2020
Atlas Academic Options $100.00 January 12, 2020
Peppers Entertainment $100.00 January 12, 2020
Philip Martin $50.00 January 12, 2020
SoneoDesignz -Sonny Au $50.00 January 12, 2020
Rory Gordon $50.00 January 12, 2020
Paula Brand $50.00 January 12, 2020
Donna Ellery $50.00 January 12, 2020
2Clean - Darren Taylor $250.00 January 12, 2020
HarrisonHair -Michael Harrison $250.00 January 12, 2020
Moemic Mohamed $250.00 January 12, 2020
Benny Khoo $250.00 January 12, 2020
Tomas Wayne $250.00 January 12, 2020
Focusgrp -Tony Adamo $250.00 January 12, 2020
AQBookkeeping - Barbara Remesi $250.00 January 12, 2020
Steve Hubbard $150.00 January 10, 2020
BWAccounting - Emma Ford $250.00 January 10, 2020
REDSPORT -Rosaleen Crouch $250.00 January 09, 2020
Scott Mitchelmore $50.00 January 09, 2020
Sharon West $100.00 January 09, 2020
Russell Harding $500.00 January 09, 2020
Maree Jordan $500.00 January 09, 2020
Automatic Watering -David Emanuel $50.00 January 09, 2020
Silver Bullet - Andrea Fiske $100.00 January 09, 2020
Jane Aboud $500.00 January 09, 2020
Lawrence (Larry) $250.00 January 09, 2020
JimsBookkeeping - Ann Atkinson $250.00 January 09, 2020
Robyn Peet $250.00 January 09, 2020
SoloPak -Jon Sprinkhuizen $250.00 January 09, 2020
Kier Forsyth $500.00 January 09, 2020
Room with Roses -Vicki Pitts $500.00 January 09, 2020
StudioArtroom -Chris Walker $500.00 January 09, 2020
Sarah Whiting $500.00 January 09, 2020
Bartercard SWWA Darryl Toreaux $500.00 January 09, 2020
Baz Saad $500.00 January 09, 2020
Ercole Lanzon $500.00 January 09, 2020
Kevin Rebeiro $500.00 January 09, 2020
Graeme Wright $500.00 January 09, 2020
Vivian Ha $500.00 January 09, 2020
Sarah Spann $100.00 January 09, 2020
R.G. Hicks $100.00 January 09, 2020
JustCoolers - Paul Roworth $100.00 January 09, 2020
Patricia Fraunfelter $100.00 January 09, 2020
TheBrochure -Rebecca Johnson $100.00 January 09, 2020
MyWebAgent - Harish Mahendrakar $100.00 January 09, 2020
TheSecurityAndBlindCompany Jason Van $250.00 January 08, 2020
Jeanne Horton $250.00 January 08, 2020
Birger Junghus $500.00 January 08, 2020
AspinPainting -Tayo Emery $500.00 January 08, 2020
SameDayPrinting -Tom Dickson $500.00 January 08, 2020
Barry Woodbury $100.00 January 08, 2020
Robert Bruce $100.00 January 08, 2020
Yukari Bignell $100.00 January 08, 2020
PortMandurahRemovals - Michael Holleyman $100.00 January 08, 2020
Cigdem Pearsall $500.00 January 08, 2020
ReliefManagers - Colin Williams $50.00 January 08, 2020
AlphaLink - Joan Brown $200.00 January 08, 2020
Cymacs - Derek $200.00 January 08, 2020
Lynda Tomkins $100.00 January 08, 2020
Di van Vliet Import $250.00 January 08, 2020
EarlyMilestones - Andrea Green $500.00 January 08, 2020
ThinkAccountants - Paul Raye $500.00 January 08, 2020
Heather Leech $50.00 January 08, 2020
Bradley Stubbs $50.00 January 08, 2020
CMMagazine - Cathryn Meredith $250.00 January 08, 2020
Parker Int. -Huang Yu-li $500.00 January 08, 2020
Pest-a-Side - Heather Bell $250.00 January 08, 2020
Maria Caddle $1,000.00 January 08, 2020
Fay Hermann - Norma's Place $100.00 January 08, 2020
Leticia Beard - Bartercard GC $50.00 January 08, 2020
Bartercard Gold Coast $500.00 January 07, 2020