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COLO HEIGHTS, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 15: A kangaroo escapes the fire as the fire front approaches a property on November 15, 2019 in Colo Heights, Australia. The warning has been issued for a 80,000-hectare blaze at Gospers Mountain, which is burning in the direction of Colo Heights. An estimated million hectares of land has been burned by bushfire across Australia following catastrophic fire conditions - the highest possible level of bushfire danger - in the past week. A state of emergency was declared by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Monday 11 November and is still in effect, giving emergency powers to Rural Fire Service Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons and prohibiting fires across the state. Four people have died following the bushfires in NSW this week. (Photo by Brett Hemmings/Getty Images)

Have you been looking for a way to help our friends in the southern hemisphere?

Ya know, I haven’t mentioned the devastating fire in Australia on the air yet because for me, it’s so upsetting, that unless I feel like I can do something to help, I don’t know what to say.

And then I saw this.

I’ve been to this guy’s pie place, KO Catering and Pies. And look at all the Boston chefs who’ve signed on to do this!

With Australian Wildfires Burning, Boston Eatery Cooks Up Big Benefit 'Barbie'

One of Boston's few Australian restaurants is holding a big "barbie" - the down-under version of a barbeque - this month to raise money for the immense, deadly wildfires currently burning through the country. KO Catering & Pies is aiming to raise $100,000 through the Boston Barbie for Bushfire Support it's rushing to put together on Jan.