01.20.11 Please help support the flood relief funds in Australia - your donation(s) can help make a difference...


In support of the recent floods across Australia, it was announced today that "Fields Of Gold" will appear on a benefit compilation CD "FLOOD RELIEF - Artists For The Flood Appeal," to be released January 24 on Sony Music Entertainment Australia. All proceeds will go to the Salvation Army Flood Appeal. See "FLOOD RELIEF - Artists For The Flood Appeal".

You can also help those affected by contributing to relief funds such as the Premier's Disaster Relief Fund and the Australian Red Cross.

By donating to the Premier's Disaster Relief Appeal, you can make a real difference to the thousands of people affected in Queensland. Launching the Relief Appeal, Premier Anna Bligh said "No donation, whether it be $2 or $20, is too small. Every dollar will be directed toward helping Queenslanders in need." For more information and to donate to the Fund please visit http://www.qld.gov.au/floods/.

Additionally, the Red Cross Victorian Floods Appeal 2011 was established to support individuals, families and communities in areas affected by the recent floods in Victoria. To date, 42 towns have been flood-affected and more than a dozen towns remain under threat in the region. For more information and to donate to the Red Cross please visit http://www.redcross.org.au/.
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