Since the devastating bushfires of 2019/2020, the Rotary Club of Bega has worked with other clubs and organisations to help those who have been affected by the bushfires. 
In association with the Northbridge, Pambula and Merimbula clubs, we worked with Council to build a new pavilion at Kiah to replace the hall that had been destroyed in the fires. This was opened in early September 2020.
Together with Pambula and Merimbula clubs we have provided a generator to a resident in Big Jack Mountain as well as 70 vouchers for school children whose family lost a home in the fires.
The Rotary Club of Canberra Weston Creek initiated a plant replacement program for the Cobargo Quaama communities. One of our members sourced tubestock from Greenhills Propogation Nursery and our members planted 460 seedlings. In total over 5000 plants were provided to the Cobargo Quaama communities at a Community Day.
More information on the Community Day can be found here.
The Rotary Club of Fareham Meon in the United Kingdom donated 700 Pounds ($1,400) which provided storage units for the Quaama community.
A Canberra club donated toys for local school children which we helped to deliver.
The ladies of the Avondale Golf Club donated 25 handmade blankets which we delivered to those affected by the fires.
In association with Pambula and Merimbula Rotarians we provided work boots, septic pits, composting toilets and gas powered showers to those in need.
A Sydney church group provided finance for sixty 4,000 litre water tanks for fire-damaged properties and we helped with the assessment process and delivery.
Corrimal Rotary provided financing for a 1,500 litre water trailer and the fit-out of a demountable at Quaama Community Hall.