How can I Assist?

Donations and Volunteering

Volunteer to rebuild farmers fences

BlazeAid is an organisation which helps communities rebuild after natural disasters.

BlazeAid have volunteering positions available for anyone wanting to help rebuild fences for farmers. If you are interested in volunteering, donating or are a farmer who wants assistance rebuilding your fence, please see the contact details below.

For farmers: Please call BlazeAid Director, Judy Bland on 0427 614 546 or email

To volunteer: Please call Jo on 0417 614 446

To donate fencing materials (new only please), you can drop materials off at the State Equestrian Centre or buy them at Elders in Midland who will deliver it.

For more information visit the BlazeAid website.

Where can I access animal feed or donate feed?

People in the Wooroloo bushfire area who need feed for their animals can now access it for free from the following locations:
  • Gidgegannup Showgrounds, corner of Toodyay Road and Old Coach Road West in Gidgegannup
  • 4 Thomas Street, Chidlow
All feed has been donated and includes hay and small animal feed. Feed is able to be accessed 24 hours a day.

If anyone would like to donate feed, please email the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development in the first instance at or phone Peta Fissioli on 0409 676 348.

Where can I donate or volunteer to help?

During an incident it is difficult to manage an influx of donations or onboard new volunteers, which also brings people unnecessarily into the vicinity of the control point or evacuation centre. 

We appreciate your offers of assistance, but the most helpful thing you can do for us is to stay safe by keeping up to date with the latest warning information.


The Lord Mayor's Distress Relief Fund is now active for the Wooroloo Bushfire. If you would like to make a donation to people who have been affected visit the Lord Mayor's Distress Relief Fund website or phone the Lord Mayor Distress Relief Fund on 1300 998 227.

Bendigo Bank has also launched the WA Summer Bushfire Appeal.

The appeal will help to raise funds to support community recovery in the areas impacted by the fires.

Donate in the Mundaring Community Bank Branch or at


If you want to volunteer your time to help, or offer accommodation, please register with Volunteering WAVolunteering WA will pass on your details to the relevant organisations.

Emergency relief organisations are on hand to assist people affected by the Wooroloo fire and Volunteering WA is working together with them. 

If you can offer accommodation, please register at Volunteering WA.

If you'd like to volunteer, please register at Volunteering WA

Or phone Volunteering WA on 9482 4333

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