Fetch RFS ticket purchase donates $100,000 to Bushfire Relief

• Scott Lorson, CEO of Fetch TV comments

Fetch TV partnered with Fire Fight Australia promoters TEG Live and TEG Dainty last week so 1,000 NSW Rural Fire Service volunteers could attend Sunday’s concert for National Bushfire Relief at ANZ Stadium for free.

Fetch TV bought 1,000 tickets which were distributed by the NSW Rural Fire Service to volunteers and their families in appreciation of their incredible effort and sacrifice during the recent bushfire crisis.

The $100,000 proceeds from the ticket purchase will go to Fire Fight Australia, with funds to be distributed to organisations providing vital support services to people and communities impacted by the bushfires.

Scott Lorson, CEO of Fetch TV said: “Fetch TV is proud to support the Fire Fight Australia concert, and delighted to recognise the amazing efforts of our RFS heroes. The funds raised will help support impacted communities on the long road ahead. We hope that the RFS team and their families are able to relax and enjoy a great show.”

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