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Subi’s Heart Shines for Bushfire Relief

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Subi’s Heart Shines for Bushfire Relief 

Subi, thank you for your kindness, we have seen an amazing response to the national emergency.
Showing strength in numbers and community support, several businesses, locals and even schools, have pledged their time and resources. 


Feeling devastated by the fires, The Vic Hotel hosted a special bushfire relief fundraiser on the 14th of January. Staff and patrons came together to show support and raise money for bushfire affected communities with live music, kiddie entertainment and a sports memorabilia auction! Live music was provided by Scarlett’s Way and Chris Murphy, and a bidding war for some prized vintage football guernsey’s took place. With the Stephens Family Foundation pledging to match donations from the day, The Vic Hotel and SFF managed to donate an impressive $48,406 to Red Cross Disaster Relief. 


Inspired to help, parents and children of Jolimont Primary School pitched in to raise funds towards bushfire relief via a cake stall. The children and parent teams were spotted across different Subiaco venues; Growers Lane on Saturday and Farmer Jack’s on Sunday, selling creative posters made by the kids and delicious home-baked cakes made by the parents. They raised a total of $2258 which was donated to Wildlife Victoria and the Red Cross.  


Coffee just became that little bit more imperative to our day! For a specially curated period of time, Bark Subiaco held a coffee promotion, whereby $1 from every coffee purchased was donated directly to the bushfires.


Subi’s Corner Gallery is back! To celebrate, they are holding a group exhibition of over 20 artists on the 7th of February. Importantly, 50% of all art sales will be donated to fire relief charities, including Rescue Collective WWF, Australian NSW Rural Fire Service and Koala In Care Inc. With cheap drinks and music provided, patrons can have a good time while also supporting both local artists and those affected by the fires! Doors open at 6pm. 


As well as donating $10,000 of their own money to Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief Recovery, Revo Fitness are in the process of setting up donation points at their clubs across Perth. Once established, members of Revo Fitness Shenton Park will be able to make donations upon arrival at the gym. Money raised will go towards longer-term rehabilitation programmes for fire affected communities.