Perth food businesses launch bushfire fundraisers

Get Chunky. Photo: Get Chunky/Facebook
Get Chunky. Photo: Get Chunky/Facebook

PERTH cafes and dessert shops are doing their bit to support people and animals affected by bushfires.

Businesses across the Perth metropolitan area have committed to donating part of the funds made from coffees, cookies, cupcakes, drinks and other items to various appeals for the devastating bushfires in New South Wales and Victoria.

Get Chunky in Mt Lawley and East Victoria Park will be donating all profits made this weekend to Australian wildlife rescue organisation Wires.

Fellow Mt Lawley dessert shop Baked 180 is also raising funds for Wires, with $1 from all cupcakes sold in store from January 7 to January 12 to be donated to the wildlife rescue.

Bubble tea chain Tea Macchiato, which has stores in the Perth CBD and Westfield Carousel, is donating 10 per cent of all sales from January 6 to January 12 to Wires.

A brown sugar milk tea from Tea Macchiato. Picture: Kristie Lim

Popular brunch cafe tbsp. in Bayswater is taking part in the Bendigo Bank Bushfire Disaster Appeal by donating $1 from every coffee sold and tips.

Chicho Gelato in Northbridge is donating $1000 to the NSW Rural Fire Service to support those in need and affected by the fires.

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