Rebecca Judd urges fans to donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief amid the raging bushfires 

Rebecca Judd urged fans to donate to the Australian Red Cross’ Disaster Relief on Thursday, amid the raging bushfires. 

The 36-year-old WAG took to her Instagram story to share screenshots of her own donation. 

After reading another post online that went viral, Bec said that do nothing at all during the bushfire crisis was ‘un-Australian.’

'Doing nothing is un-Australian': Rebecca Judd (pictured) urged fans to donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief on Thursday, amid the raging bushfires

'Doing nothing is un-Australian': Rebecca Judd (pictured) urged fans to donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief on Thursday, amid the raging bushfires

‘Doing nothing is un-Australian’: Rebecca Judd (pictured) urged fans to donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief on Thursday, amid the raging bushfires

‘We had a bit of difficulty donating via our iPhones this morning but managed to get through via laptops/iPad,’ Bec’s post began. 

‘So if it’s not working for you, try another device. Flat Out Mum said it best – doing nothing and being a bystander in this ongoing and awful situation is UNAUSTRALIAN.’

Bec also gave fans a link to follow to donate and added: ‘I’m hoping the technical difficulties are because generous Aussies are bombarding the site with donations.’  

Generous: The 36-year-old shared a screenshot of her donation receipt

Generous: The 36-year-old shared a screenshot of her donation receipt

Generous: The 36-year-old shared a screenshot of her donation receipt

A good cause: Bec also gave fans a link to follow to donate and said she was 'hoping the technical difficulties are because generous Aussies are bombarding the site with donations'

A good cause: Bec also gave fans a link to follow to donate and said she was 'hoping the technical difficulties are because generous Aussies are bombarding the site with donations'

A good cause: Bec also gave fans a link to follow to donate and said she was ‘hoping the technical difficulties are because generous Aussies are bombarding the site with donations’

In her caption, Bec referred to a post from the Instagram account, Flat Out Mum, which has gone viral on social media. 

‘You can’t just watch on with compassion and hurt for the people and animals so badly affected by the bushfire crisis,’ the post began, with the account ran by mother-of-four, Olivia Anderson.

The post then urged people to donate funds and to look at what local groups in the community are doing. 

‘Don’t be a bystander, if you are in a position to help in ANY way and choose not to, it’s un-Australian.’

'Don't be a bystander!' In her caption, Bec referred to a post from the Instagram account, Flat Out Mum (pictured is the post), which has gone viral on social media

'Don't be a bystander!' In her caption, Bec referred to a post from the Instagram account, Flat Out Mum (pictured is the post), which has gone viral on social media

‘Don’t be a bystander!’ In her caption, Bec referred to a post from the Instagram account, Flat Out Mum (pictured is the post), which has gone viral on social media

The post shared a picture of a family in the Dunalley fires in Tasmania in 2013 and other pictures from the current bushfire crisis.   

A mass evacuation is underway in Mallacoota, Victoria, where more than 4,000 locals and holidaymakers have been stranded since the devastating bushfires on New Year’s Eve. 

The fires claimed at least seven lives, taking the death toll for Australia’s catastrophic fire season to 17. However, there are fears that will only increase as about 28 people are still missing in East Gippsland.  

Tourists and residents have been told to evacuate a 250km stretch of the New South Wales south coast as devastating bushfires threaten the area, along with an area of the Shoalhaven between Burrill Lake north and Nowra.

If you’d like to donate to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief, click here.  

Evacuations: A mass evacuation is underway in Mallacoota, Victoria, where more than 4,000 locals and holidaymakers have been stranded since the devastating bushfires on New Year's Eve

Evacuations: A mass evacuation is underway in Mallacoota, Victoria, where more than 4,000 locals and holidaymakers have been stranded since the devastating bushfires on New Year's Eve

Evacuations: A mass evacuation is underway in Mallacoota, Victoria, where more than 4,000 locals and holidaymakers have been stranded since the devastating bushfires on New Year’s Eve

 

 

 

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