Australian cricketers Glenn Maxwell, Chris Lynn and Darcy Short have taken a great initiative to help the victims of Australia bushfires. Chris Lynn took to twitter to announce that he will donate $250 every six that he will hit during the Big Bash League 2019.
While sharing the information, Chris Lynn wrote: "Hey Guys, for every six I hit in this year's Big Bash League I will donate $250 towards the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal. It is special to see so many athletes from various sports getting in behind the real heroes who are fighting to save lives and properties around our country ?."
Joining Chris Lynn, Darcy Short also stated that "Alright I am gonna jump on board and match Chris Lynn and Glenn Maxwell with $250 for every six I hit in the big bash league as well to donate Red Cross and help those that are doing it tough."
Likewise, Glenn Maxwell wrote: "Lets hope to see the 3 of us raising some much needed money to the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal! With so many Australians going through turmoil at the moment, we need to be doing everything we can to help and support those in desperate need. To the brave firefighters who continue to battle to save homes, forests, towns and most importantly families, we thank you for your amazing efforts! ?."
Getting on board, cricketer Fawad Ahmed said, "Excellent work boys ????, jumping on board and will donate $250 on each Six ? and WICKET to the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal
Let’s get together as a Nation in help those are in need, Hopefully this will end soon InshaALLAH."
Meanwhile, Chris Lynn has raised $750 with his three sixes in today's game Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes. He will donate the raised money to Red Cross Bushfire Appeal.