Moonee Valley City Council


A state of emergency has been declared in six councils across Victoria. 


We know our Moonee Valley community is generous and prides itself on helping others when times are tough.

With bushfires currently impacting large parts of our state, Moonee Valley City Council is making it as easy as possible for our community to help our neighbours in need.

Raising Funds

If you are a community group or individual that is looking to hold a fundraising event to help those affected by the bushfires, we'll be fast-tracking the approval process so you can get your event underway as soon as possible.

By cutting through the red tape, we hope our community can raise as much vital money as possible for the thousands of Victorians in need of our help.

If you want to hold a community fundraiser make sure your application states 'bushfire fundraiser' so that we can get the permits organised as quickly as possible.

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Donating money

At this point in time donating money is the best way you can help those impacted by the bushfires. If you can afford to donate, please do so via these official channels:

We Are One - Bushfire Relief Concert

Sunday, 2 February from 2pm to 8pm

Friend In Me has stepped in to bring you "We are one" A bushfire relief concert to raise much-needed funds for all involved.

This event will be hosted by Tim Campbell with amazing entertainment on the stage for all the family including a Moonee Valley local Silvie Paladino, Taylor Henderson and Scott Darlow and for the kids Team Dream and Bethany Fisher with more to be announced.

In addition to this there will have face-painting, jumping castles, activities and food trucks galore.

  • Adults $10
  • Kids $5
  • Family (up to four kids) $30

100% profits from this event will go to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal.

Community fundraising events

Once your permit is approved, feel free to submit details of your fundraising event below and we'll add it to the site.

We're also exploring other ways we can raise funds at a local level. Stay tuned for further details.


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