Porsche Cars Australia donates $250,000 to Australian bushfire recovery causes

Porsche Cars Australia has donated a total of $250,000 (AUD) to charitable causes to aid recovery efforts following the catastrophic bushfires in Australia this most recent summer.

“The bushfires this summer were horrific and everyone at Porsche was keen to contribute to the recovery efforts,” said Sam Curtis, Managing Director & CEO, Porsche Cars Australia.

“We asked our staff for suggestions of charitable causes and have now made donations to five causes, a balance of helping people, animals and the land.”

The five organisations to receive $50,000 donations are:

  • Wildlife Victoria
  • The Victorian Bushfire Appeal
  • Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund
  • NSW Rural Fire Service (Oberon/Jenolan Caves Station)
  • WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature)

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