Portero donará $345 para preservar la naturaleza tras incendio forestal en Australia
Mat Ryan explicó que el dinero se destinará a ayudar a preservar la naturaleza tras los incendios que está sufriendo Australia en las últimas semanas.
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El portero australiano del Brighton & Hove Albion Mat Ryan donará 500 dólares australianos (unos 310 euros, unos $345) por cada parada que cualquier portero realice en la jornada de este fin de semana en la Premier League.
En un comunicado publicado a través de sus redes sociales, Ryan explicó que el dinero se destinará a ayudar a preservar la naturaleza tras los incendios que está sufriendo Australia en las últimas semanas.
Las donaciones de Ryan irán a parar a la asociación Wires Wildlife Rescue, comprometida con el rescate y la rehabilitación de la vida silvestre en el país oceánico.
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"Gracias a todo el mundo por su apoyo. Nosotros, como nación agradecemos y apreciamos vuestra generosidad. Sin embargo, sigue habiendo hogares destruidos y vidas de personas y animales en peligro. Espero que sigamos pudiendo alentar a la gente a recaudar dinero para ayudar", explicó Ryan.
In light of the devastation caused by the bushfires back home, I’m donating 500 Australian dollars for every registered save by all premier league goalkeepers across every @premierleague fixture for this weekend. I’ve chosen to donate to the @wireswildliferescue emergency fund. Thank you to all for your support thus far and as a nation we really do appreciate your gratitude and generosity. However there continues to be homes lost, lives of both people and animals lost or in danger, along with whole communities, businesses and more. I hope we can continue in the same manor and continue to encourage and influence people into raising money for those affected. Other places you’re able to donate can be found in the links in their bios on Instagram or visiting their official webpages. Fingers crossed relief is on its way. @redcrossau @nswrfs @cfavic @sa_countryfireservice
I have shown the devastation caused to animals & people’s homes, but this is really how terrifying a bushfire looks from above. Imagine knowing that was coming toward you. This was near Bungawalbin, #NSW. Video by @NSWRFS #Australia #bushfire Good causes to donate to below: @wildlifevictoria www.redcross.org.au www.wires.org.au www.cfa.vic.gov.au www.givit.org.au www.cfsfoundation.org.au www.koalahospital.org.au Via @earthfocus
Meet Billy. Billy was brought out of the bushfire zone on Monday, with four burned paws. He’ll be in care for some time while his paws heal, and having daily dressing changes and treatments at the vets. He’s a very trusting and gentle soul, and his carers are head over heels in love with him. To contribute to care for the victims of this tragedy, please see the link in @1300koalaz bio. #WildlifePlanet #SaveOurPlanet
Pilots perspective @charlie778440 flying out of the darkness after warning people to leave, flying over a spot fire 10kms in front of main fire. . - 500M animals dead - 8,000 koalas dead - Over 5.5 million hectares burned - 24 people dead - More than 1400 homes destroyed - More than 10 million people in toxic level of bushfire smoke . The best way to help is to donate money to the organizations (tagged on the second image). . Credits: @charlie778440 @wollemiwarriors @beciorpin @kellansworld
Kangaroos seen fleeing the wildfires in New South Wales, the worst hit state of the fires. The fires in that state alone have affected more than four million hectares, destroying more than 1,300 houses and forcing thousands to seek shelter elsewhere. Video by Mitchell Lyons #WildlifePlanet #SaveOurPlanet #Australia
Is this how you would want to start the new year? Australia is burning. These fires have made climate change a reality of the present tense for many Australians. It is no longer something that we can put off to the future. To give some scale of the intensity of these fires, international media outlets have been reporting the 2018 California fires burnt 2 million acres; the 2019 Amazon fires 2.2 million, and the 2019 Siberian fires 6.7 million. So far, Australia's 2019/20 fires have burnt 12 million acres. It is time to stop talking about climate change and start acting. Click the link in my bio to donate to New South Whales Fire Service (@nswrfs) and to find out more. Photo credit: @mattabbottphoto , ABC Australia and unknown. Via @paulnicklen #WildlifePlanet #SaveOurPlanet