NORWEGIAN Cruise Line Holdings has committed $250,000 to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund, with APT Travel Group (ATG) also joining the bushfire relief and recovery efforts by donating $130,000 through its charitable fund, One Tomorrow.
ATG employees in the Cheltenham, Vic office will also host a raft of events to support the cause, including a recycle boutique, a barbecue and a raffle.
Aspen Snowmass Ski Resort will donate over $100,000 in auction prizes to Snowbest for a silent auction, in addition to launching the Australia Wildlife Relief Fund, which will see it match up to US$12,500 (AU$18,233) of donations – CLICK HERE.
Singapore Airlines is also supporting the bushfire appeal, donating $100,000 to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery appeal.
Malaysia Airlines, alongside its sister company Malaysia Aviation Group, has announced its support, donating 1 Malaysian Ringgit per passenger flown by the airline in Jan.
And Fullerton Hotels & Resorts, which recently debuted in Sydney, has pledged $60,000 to the NSW Rural Fire Service and St Vincent de Paul.
Meanwhile, Chimu Adventures has raised $2,600 to support bushfire victims by auctioning off tickets to a performance by Elton John at Hope Estate in the NSW Hunter Valley this weekend.
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