It is back to school season. Families across Australia are ordering name labels in preparation for the 2020 school year so why not make your order count. When you order with My name Label this weekend (11th & 12th January) 50% of the sale price will be donated to either the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal or the RSPCA Bushfire Appeal. Your order will help us to help others.

Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery

Donations to the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund have meant that they’ve been able to deploy 1,285 trained staff and volunteers to disaster-affected communities. As bushfires affect communities across Australia on an unprecedented scale, Red Cross is right there, providing practical, local support where it's needed to tens of thousands of people during and after the emergencies.

In more than 69 evacuation and recovery centres, our emergency teams have been ready to welcome people who have fled from the fires. Ready to listen, ready to comfort. Ready to help arrange emergency accommodation or locate a missing loved one through our Register.Find.Reunite service. 

And they will continue to provide one-to-one support as people take stock of their losses and work out what to do next.

That’s what Red Cross does best. 

Choose a Koala, Kangaroo or Echidna icon and 50% of your order will be donated to the RSPCA National Bushfire Appeal.

We have created three new icons of furry friends (thanks Tazi Design!) who need our help. Of course we will be helping all animals affected by bushfire by supporting the RSPCA.

RSPCA National Bushfire Appeal

Across the country, in NSW, SA, Qld and Vic, we have mobilised our staff, volunteers and resources to provide assistance wherever it is needed. We’re helping members of the public keep their animals safe and providing much-needed equipment and supplies as well as emergency care and boarding where available.

Once the active fire zones clear, that’s when our most challenging work begins.

The RSPCA, working alongside government and emergency agencies, veterinarians and local authorities, will begin the difficult job of entering affected areas to identify and assess injured animals.

Our work will continue for months after the fires have ceased.

Thank you for your support.