This section provides access to the latest news and media releases relating to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund.
The Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund (VBAF) has announced a second stage of housing support to help survivors of the 2009 bushfires find permanent accommodation.
The Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund (VBAF) has given in-principle approval to $20.5 million in medium and long-term recovery initiatives for communities impacted by the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
Tertiary and TAFE students who were directly affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires can now apply for financial assistance to continue their undergraduate tertiary or vocational education and training studies under the latest round of the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund (VBAF) Scholarship Program.
Survivors of the 2009 Victorian bushfires can now access additional vouchers for two psychosocial programs providing psychological counselling and allied health services.
The Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund is encouraging people directly impacted by the 2009 bushfires who have not applied for any or some of the available payments to do so within the next few weeks.
More than $130 million in donations to the Bushfire Appeal Fund will be distributed to people whose houses were destroyed or partially destroyed by this year’s devastating bushfires, the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund Advisory Panel Chair John Landy and the Premier John Brumby announced today.
Media releases23 Dec 2009 With the closing date for most of the individual payments available through the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund fast approaching, people directly impacted by the 2009 bushfires who have not applied for any or some of the available payments are being encouraged to do so immediately.
12 Mar 2009 Potential donors to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund have been warned that a fake website has been set up calling for donations.