Making a Donation to support farmers

If you are considering support for farmers facing drought conditions there are a number of registered charities that can be contacted. There are specific charities for farmers, and other community focussed charities that support rural communities more broadly.
NSW Farmers’ does not specifically endorse any single charity, however the links below to registered charities may be worth investing. Terms and Conditions of use of this page are here.

Country Women’s Association (CWA) - Disaster Relief Fund - is used to assist Australians who have been adversely affected by a disaster. This fund is tax deductible. cwaofnsw.org.au 

Rural Aid - Rural Aid supports primary producers through free fodder and water deliveries, financial assistance and mental wellbeing counselling. Rural Aid is committed to supporting Australian farmers through its Disaster Assistance initiatives and its Stronger Futures programs. Donations can be made at www.ruralaid.org.au/donate/ 
 

Aussie Helpers - Co-founded by Brian and Nerida Egan Aussie Helpers aim is to stay in touch with 100’s of farming families to ensure their well-being and survival through good and bad times. aussiehelpers.org.au/

Aussie Farmers Foundation - invests in vital grassroots projects in rural and regional Australia with a focus on five key areas affecting country Australians www.aussiefarmersfoundation.org.au/

Thirsty Cow Ltd - a Not-For Profits Organisation endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) as a deductible gift recipient. www.thirstycow.org.au/

Additionally other community and faith-based organisations work locally to support  farmers, these include but are not limited to:

Salvation Army - salvos.org.au/

Mission Australia
 - www.missionaustralia.com.au/

Anglicare Australia
 - www.anglicare.asn.au/

Lions Clubs -  www.needforfeed.org