Hunters Helping Farmers – Bushfire Appeal

CHASA calls on all hunters and shooters in South Australia to pledge support to help farmers rebuild their fences after the bushfires.

Pledges great and small will help BlazeAid volunteers to rebuild fences in the Adelaide Hills and on Kangaroo Island.

Please PLEDGE your support by nominating an amount and your name to accounts@chasa.org.au.

Focus on fixing fences

Farmers have generously supported our hunting and shooting activities in South Australia for many decades. So let’s help them.

Seeing new fences emerging along our country roads is a sign of recovery, it's motivating, it enables farm animals back into the landscape and it helps farmers get farming again.

CHASA has already donated $1000 to BlazeAid, an amazing volunteer-based organisation that helps to rebuild fences and other structures in rural Australia that have been damaged or destroyed by fire or flood.

Our target

Our target is to raise a minimum of $7000 which will allow BlazeAid to purchase a trailer to transport the much needed fencing equipment to affected properties.

If we can raise $24,000, this will mean the trailer can also be registered and fully equipped with the essential tools needed by BlazeAid volunteers to rebuild fences. The more we give – the quicker our farming communities can rebuild and get back into farming.

How to donate

Please pledge your donation to BlazeAid through CHASA, accounts@chasa.org.au, as we need to keep track of our member donations to know whether we’ve reached our target. All donations greater than $2 are tax deductible.

About BlazeAid

BlazeAid was established after the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria and has gone on to help fire affected communities throughout Australia, including South Australia. 

BlazeAid volunteers are already on the ground in the Adelaide Hills and Kangaroo Island. To find out more visit https://blazeaid.com.au/ and follow them on Facebook.

If you want to speak with us about the campaign, we would love to hear from you. Contact Tony Sharley on 0418 808 475.