Australian bartender offers her whole wage including tips to the bushfire ...

Selfless Australian bartender, 22, offers her whole wage including tips to victims of the bushfire crisis Hobart bartender Jess Clennett decided to donate her wage to bushfire victims  The 22-year-old wore a sign around her neck asking for donations while on shift Ms Clennett made $1,260 on Saturday and an additional $1,500 on Sunday

By Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:05 GMT, 7 January 2020 | Updated: 05:17 GMT, 7 January 2020

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A 22-year-old bartender has offered her weekend wage and tips to the victims of the Australian bushfires. 

Jess Clennett, from Hobart in Tasmania, wore a brown paper sign around her neck as she served patrons at Republic Bar and Cafe on Saturday evening.

The sign read: 'Everything I earn tonight (donations, tips + my hourly wage) goes to the people in need from the horrible bushfires.' 

Jess Clennett, from Hobart in Tasmania, wore a brown paper sign around her neck as she served patrons at Republic Bar and Cafe on Saturday evening

Jess Clennett, from Hobart in Tasmania, wore a brown paper sign around her neck as she served patrons at Republic Bar and Cafe on Saturday evening

After four hours of work on Saturday, Ms Clennett wrote on Facebook she had already made $439.60 from donations and tips.

'Times like these we should help each other and start taking action,' she wrote.

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