The Church London

Disaster response and recovery appeal

The Church London

The Church London is ?fundraising for Red Cross to ensure they can be there for people?when disasters strike. The Church London has been a venue which has supported Australian expats and provided a space for Aussies to go since 1979.?Dealing with an emergency can be stressful and exhausting and recovering from a disaster is a complex process that may take months, even years to overcome.?We know that the?Red Cross?supports people through their recovery by being there to provide?practical and emotional support and information.

100% of door sales will be donated towards the Red Cross Disaster relief and recovery for the Australians who have lost their homes. Also, we will be having raffles with top travel prizes, Aussie cake stand and money collection which of course 100% will go towards the ARC

Thank you to our Sponsors


The Church Australia Day Fundraiser

Massive thanks to everyone who came to and got involved with our fundraiser, especially all our sponsors for their generous prize donations.


Old Street Brewery

Thanks to everyone who came out in January to support this great cause! We raised a whopping £1,520! We we're so humbled to see everyone pack out the taproom over the month to help raise funds for the fire relief. Lots of love! Also, a big shout out and massive thanks to our friends who donated beer, spirits, and various prizes for our Aussie Day Event --- Chase Distillery, Boxcar Brewery, Mechanic Brewery, Mondo Brewery, Yeastie Boys, London Renegade Wine, Old Street Records, International Paintball Group, and Stoke Travel. The work isn't done yet and the road to recovery for those affected will be long. Let's continue to do what we can to help out those in need, not just in Australia, but around the world. Look out for more aid events hosted by Old Street Brewery as we continue to do our part to help out those in need. - OSB Team


Carlotta Ch


Ben Kehoe


David Spargo

Thanks for getting behind this guys. I really appreciate it.


Tim Parry