Flume Donates $100,000 for Australian Wildlife Rescue Efforts


Yesterday we discussed how the electronic music scene is reacting to the Australia Fires. Today, Flume, is also stepping up to help combat the disaster with a new, generous donation. Flume donated $100,000 to the Australian Wildlife organization, Wires. The goal is to help the injured and displaced wildlife in the country.

Additionally, the Australian artist shared more details on his Instagram story about how his fans can help through the catastrophe.

Furthermore, other artists called for donations, including Don Diablo, David Guetta, Steve Aoki, and Timmy Trumpet. In addition, Alison Wonderland, Throttle, Fisher, and others announced that they will be giving parts of their profits to fire-fighting efforts and help those in need. You can check more details in our article here.

How You Can Help

With more than half a billion animals killed and many more displaced, any contribution is appreciated.

How to Help Evacuees

How to Help Firefighters

How to Help Wildlife

Ultimately, these horrific fires are devastating the country. There are no signs of them slowing down anytime soon, so if you have the means to assist in any way, please do so.