Bushfire Relief | Our Support

The Thermogroup team have been saddened by the devastating bushfires continuing to burn throughout Australia. These have been deemed the worst bushfires in Australia’s history. As the extent of this devastation becomes clear, our thoughts are with all those impacted by the bushfires and those working hard to fight them.

So far, Thermogroup and its staff have donated over $9000.00 to Operation Fire Relief and the Rapid Relief Team. Our donations help support families affected by fire, bringing hope and a helping hand by providing care, compassion and support. For more information regarding this visit:

However, we still believe there is more that we can do to support those affected by bushfires.

Thermogroup is donating $5 for every Thermorail Towel Rail sold in January 2020 to the Rural Fire Service.

The NSW RFS is the lead combat agency for bushfires in NSW and is the largest volunteer firefighting agency worldwide. Donations to the RFS directly benefit volunteer firefighters.

If you are looking to support the bushfire appeal, there are several ways to help.

Donate funds

Monetary donations are one of the best and most efficient ways to support the bushfire relief effort. If you are looking to lend financial support, there are several organisations gathering donations. These organisations will ensure donations are distributed where it can help the most.

Australian Red Cross
Rapid Relief Team | Operation Fire Relief
NSW Rural Fire Service
VIC Country Fire Association


Donate items

Giving money is not possible for everyone, but there are still a lot of other ways to help. Givit and Foodbank are collecting food and goods, delivering them to those in need.

If you’ve got some extra room, maybe offer up accommodation to someone displaced by fires through Airbnb Open Homes and Find a Bed.

The Australian Red Cross is always looking for blood donors.


Our Spirit

The support from individuals, organisations and businesses has been amazing. Our hearts go out to those affected by these bushfires.