Kylie Jenner Bushfire Relief Donation Used to Buy Heavy-Attack Fire Truck

Kylie Jenner’s $270,000 bushfire relief donation is used to buy a heavy-attack fire truck. Earlier this year, the beauty mogul donated $1 Million to several relief organizations in Australia. Kylie donated to the Rural Fire Brigades Association of Queensland. Her generous donation has helped them to fight against the blazes in Queensland. There was a wild bushfire across Australia and caused widespread destruction. The relief organization has utilized the money to buy heavy-attack fir truck and specialized bushfire mapping electronic tablets. It will help the firefighters to navigate in the low signal areas. Moreover, the heavy-truck will help with road crashed and other emergency accidents. 

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Kylie Jenner $1 Million Donation to Combat Blazes in Australia

Earlier this year, Kylie Jenner donated $1 Million to different relief organizations in Australia to fight against the ferocious fire that engulfed major parts of the country. Her generous move was praised by her fans and other celebs as well. Kylie donates the money to different organizations. She dedicated a particular amount to Queensland Fire and Emergency Services. The organization was in shock when her representative called them and said that Kylie wants to donate money to the organization. However, along with Kylie, many other celebs also donated a substantial amount to the Australian fire blazes’ victims. The media and fans highly praised Kylie for her generous move. She also donated money to organizations that helped the victims in real-time by providing them food, cloth, and shelter. 

Kylie Jenner Bushfire Relief Donation Used to Buy Heavy-Attack Fire Truck

Kylie Jenner Bushfire Relief Donation Used to Buy Heavy-Attack Fire Truck. Kylie’s kind heart helped the victims across Australia. Moreover, the rural fire brigade organization bought a heavy-attack fire truck for helping road crashed and emergency accident cases. The fire blazes that hit Australia last summer has claimed 33 lives and destroyed hundreds of homes. Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Assistant Commissioner John Bolger said in a statement that the region has started to bounce back after the devastating fire that erupts last summer.

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