Adam Gilchrist shows his support for the Lismore Flood Appeal. Photo: Lismore City Council.
Adam Gilchrist shows his support for the Lismore Flood Appeal. Photo: Lismore City Council.

DONATE NOW: Flood Appeal climbs past $181k mark

WEDNESDAY 1.20pm: NORTHERN Rivers-raised cricketer Adam Gilchrist has shown his support for the Lismore Flood Appeal.

Lismore City Council posted the photo above on their Facebook page promoting the appeal. 

 

WEDNESDAY APRIL 14, 12.50pm: THE Lismore Flood Appeal Go Fund Me page has raised $181,231 of its $500,000 goal since being started. 

Stone and Wood Brewery have donated $10,000 and while friends and family of Emmanuel Anglican College students have donated $2020.

These funds add to the $50,000 donation from insurer Suncorp, a $20,000 contribution from Lismore Toyota, and another $10,000 anonymous donation.

The appeal is being coordinated by the Lismore City Council, and donations can be made online at https://www.gofundme.com/lismorefloodappeal or directly at the council chambers in Goonellabah.

 

FRIDAY 8.05am: CURRENT total $87,152

 

WEDNESDAY 5.51pm: CURRENT total $43,192

 

WEDNESDAY 1.49pm: THE flood appeal has now reached $26,990 since it began 22 hours ago.

The appeal is being coordinated by the Lismore City Council, and donations can be made online at https://www.gofundme.com/lismorefloodappeal or directly at the council chambers in Goonellabah.

 

WEDNESDAY 11.38am: PEOPLE have been opening their hearts to the victims of the flood, donating $21,565 to date.

Hundreds of people have been affected by the flood, your generosity will be very much appreciated, and make a huge difference to people at a really tough time in their lives.

The appeal is being coordinated by the Lismore City Council, and donations can be made online at https://www.gofundme.com/lismorefloodappeal or directly at the council chambers in Goonellabah.

 

WEDNESDAY 6.50am: PEOPLE wanting to help flood victims in Lismore have come out in force - first helping with the clean up, donating what items, time or services they had, and now with financial support.

Since the Lismore Flood Appeal was set up 15 hours ago, 123 people have helped raise $12,035 of the $100,000 goal.

The appeal is being coordinated by the Lismore City Council, and donations can be made online at https://www.gofundme.com/lismorefloodappeal or directly at the council chambers in Goonellabah.

 

TUESDAY 5.20pm: PEOPLE wanting to help flood victims in Lismore can now do so by donating to the Lismore Flood Appeal which aim to raise $100,000.

The appeal is being coordinated by the Lismore City Council, and donations can be made online at https://www.gofundme.com/lismorefloodappeal or directly at the council chambers in Goonellabah.

Chair of the Appeal Committee, Cr Eddie Lloyd, said the Council was aiming to raise at least $100,000.

"People right across the country are very keen to help out, so we encourage them to go the fundraising page and to give generously."


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