“Some of the $51 million that was raised through the actions of Celeste Barber and the generosity of the donors, should be directed to the Volunteers and Brigades who many people believed they were donating to” said Mr. Mick Holton VFFA President.

The VFFA believes that there is a strong case for the establishment of a RFS Benevolent Fund to assist volunteers at their time of need.

Read the full Media Release here:

RFS Volunteers need a Benevolent Fund
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