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Pinery fire appeal

Distribution of the SA Pinery Fire Appeal Funds

One hundred per cent of funds donated to the SA Pinery Fire appeal will be distributed to people affected by the Pinery Fire, with priority given to those most in need. The State Emergency Relief Fund (SERF) Committee is independent of government and is responsible for distributing the funds. Based on analysis of the impacts of the fire the SERF Committee ensures the appropriate and fair distribution of all funds.

Applying for funds from the Pinery Fire Appeal

Applications for a gift payment from the appeal closed on 30 June 2016.

For enquiries about applications, please contact the Executive Officer, State Emergency Relief Fund Committee on:

Community Strength and Resilience Initiative

Community groups and organisations are invited to submit an application for a community development project that assists communities affected by the Pinery fire.

The Community Strength and Resilience Initiative offers gift payments for community development projects that respond to an identified, local need and help build more inclusive, engaged and safer communities.

The State Emergency Relief Fund Committee is offering one-off payments of up to $5,000 to community groups and organisations to provide the communities affected by the Pinery fire with medium-to-long term recovery support and assistance.

Applications will be received by the State Emergency Relief Fund Committee until 31 October 2016.

For more information, please email DCSI.StateEmergencyReliefFundApplications@sa.gov.au or contact the State Emergency Relief Fund Executive Officer on 8463 6405.

Donating to the Pinery Fire Appeal

The SA Pinery Fire Relief Appeal closed on 30 June 2016.

Any late donations received after this date will be paid into the State Emergency Relief Fund and provided to those affected by the Pinery fire or provided to people affected by a future emergency event.

For enquiries about donations, please contact the Executive Officer, State Emergency Relief Fund Committee on:

Other forms of financial assistance

For information about other forms of financial assistance, refer to our Recovery assistance page, call the recovery hotline on 1800 302 787 or visit the recovery centre.

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Page last updated: 21 September 2016