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Global Care Disaster Relief
BSB: 704 024
Account Number: 1000 0429
Reference: Flood Relief

Global Care Australia is responding to widespread flooding across the East Coast, as some regions come to terms with record-breaking rains.

As rain continues to fall, Global Care is currently on the ground, coordinating services and assistance across the regions. Thousands have lost their homes, livelihoods, possessions and even their lives – but we won’t lose hope. 

We choose to stand strong, together, and help our mates who are doing it tough. Would you stand with us?

You can join us in supporting flood victims by:

1. Donating via the bank details above,
2. Sharing this campaign on social media and in your church services,
3. Volunteering your time to assist with cleanup, and
4. Praying for those affected and our teams as they serve the community.

Global Care helps those affected by natural disasters

Global Care understands the immense loss and devastation that people feel following a natural disaster, which is why we help in disaster zones by lending a hand and offering hope. Whether it’s providing emergency accommodation, food and basic hygiene packs; or clearing mud, cleaning walls and removing rubbish; or being a listening ear and offering support, Global Care works to rebuild lives.

Those affected often feel vulnerable and distressed, so Global Care works together with other relief organisations to offer practical and emotional support, and help to lift the burden.

Disaster relief volunteers are mostly from INC (International Network of Churches) around Australia, who spring into action if there is a natural disaster. Our volunteers often travel interstate to help in disaster zones, and take annual leave from their jobs, to help those affected.

All volunteers receive training and safety briefings, prior to working for Global Care, and undergo the required checks.

The heart of Global Care is to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ, to extend mercy to those who need it most, regardless of their age, race, or religion.

Global Care has served in disaster zones in the following locations:

  • Maryborough Floods 2022
  • Eastern Australia Floods 2021
  • Taree and Bateman’s Bay following the Bush fires in Australia: January 2020
  • Northern and South-east QLD and Northern NSW, following Cyclone Debbie: March 2017
  • Vanuatu, following Cyclone Cook: April 2017
  • Fiji, following Cyclone Winston: February 2016
  • Vanuatu, Cyclone Pam: March 2015
  • Blue Mountains NSW, Bush fire disaster relief: October 2013
  • Bundaberg QLD, Flood / tornado disaster relief: 2013
  • Kinglake VIC, Major bush fire disaster relief: 2009-2011

If you would like to help as a Global Care disaster relief volunteer, please head to the Get Involved page and get in touch.

If you are able to donate to the disaster relief work of Global Care by making a tax deductible donation, please click here

For further information about how to help after a disaster, please contact us