Bushfire Donations at Midland Gate

13 Jan 2020

Our thoughts are with the people affected by this unprecedented disaster, and with the brave men and women at the fire front who are working tirelessly to keep our communities safe.

Our centre is managed by Vicinity Centres. We, as a business, will make a cash donation to The Salvation Army Australia and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal to help those affected by the ongoing bushfire crisis.

In the coming days customers can make a cash donation in Centre, just visit our Information Desk, located in the Fashion Mall, to support our chosen charity partners.

Many of the Retail Brands at Midland Gate are also doing their bit to help;

  • Ally Fashion are donating 100% of sales (online and in-store) from their Canvas Tote Bag range to support Bushfire Relief, until the 22 January.
  • Bank of Queensland are accepting donations for the Australian Red Cross.
  • Platypus have donated $100,000 to the Australian Red Cross.
  • Jamaica Blue donated 50c from every coffee sold on Wednesday, 8 January to the Australian Bushfire appeal.
  • Bed Bath n Table have donated $100,000 to the Australian Red Cross, Wires Wildlife Rescue, NSW Rural Fire Service and VIC Country Fire Authority.
  • Adairs have donated $50,000 to the Australian Red Cross and are accepting donations in-store.
  • Sussan and Suzanne Grae (all owned by the Sussan Group) have donated $100,000  to the Salvation Army Disaster Appeal and the Australian Red Cross and are matching their staff donations dollar for dollar.
  • The Body Shop have donated $25,000 to the Australian Red Cross.
  • Cotton On Group (Cotton On, Cotton On Kids & Cotton On Body) have donated $250,000 to support the Bushfire relief efforts and will be matching their staff donations dollar for dollar.
  • City Beach is donating all profits from online sales on Wednesday, 8 January to the Australian Red Cross, Wires Wildlife Rescue, NSW Rural Fire Service and VIC Country Fire Authority.
  • Rockmans & Katies Fashion are donating an item of clothing to victims of the bushfires for every item sold online for the next 7 days, as well as donating $50,000 to St Vincent de Paul Society Bushfire Appeal.
  • Strandbags have donated $50,000 to the Australian Red Cross, Salvation Army Disaster Appeal and NSW Rural Fire Service.
  • Honey Birdette have donated $15,000 to the Australian Red Cross.
  • Spendless Shoes have donated $30,000 to the Salvation Army Disaster Appeal and are taking cash donations in-store, until the 12 January.
  • OPSM have donated $100,000 to the Australian Red Cross and Wires Wildlife Rescue.
  • The Just Group (Just Jeans, Peter Alexander, Smiggle, Jay Jays, Portmans, Dotti, Jacqui E) have donated $ 250,000 to the Australian Red Cross.
  • Gazman have donated $40,000 to the Australian Red Cross.
  • Lovisa are donating 100% of all online proceeds until the 14th January to the Australian Red Cross and WWF Australia.
  • Kmart Group (Kmart & Target) have donated $100,000 to The Salvation Army Australia and Uniting Care Australia and will be matching dollar for dollar every cash donation made in-store.
  • Novo Shoes  donated 100% of all profits made on the 7 January to NSW Rural Fire Service and VIC Country Fire Authority.