Khloé Kardashian supported her older sister by retweeting the message alongside an extract from the Bible which read: "Modern King James Version. Therefore when you do your merciful deeds, do not sound a trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, so that they may have glory from men. Truly I say to you, They have their reward."
She later went on to post several tweets emphasising that the public is not always aware of the donations the Kardashian clan has made in the past.
"We often bring attention to causes and ways you can donate," the 35-year-old wrote. "It's our job to bring awareness to situations so we all can help as a human race. We frequently post/speak about organisations/websites where we can all help save our planet."
"Good deeds should be done with intention and not for attention," she continued. "We are all blessed to be able to bless others even if it is in the slightest way. But we do not need to be boastful about that. Be boastful in regards to teaching others how they may be able to help as well."
The news comes just days after younger sister, Kylie Jenner, was dubbed "hypocritical" for her response to the Australian wildfires.
In an attempt to raise awareness, the 22-year-old reposted Kim's post of a koala being carried out of danger on Instagram Stories alongside the words: "This breaks my heart..."
Just a mere 12 hours later, the make-up mogul posted a snap of her $2,180 mink Louis Vuitton slippers.
Unsurprisingly, a number of Twitter users called out Jenner for her insensitivity.
"I don't understand how Kylie Jenner can post about the poor animals dying in the Australian fires and then two snaps later post a picture of her wearing real mink fur shoes," one wrote.
The Kardashians aren't the only celebrities to have donated to the Australian wildfire crisis in recent days.
Australian comedian Celeste Barber is leading the charge and kickstarted a fundraising campaign after her mother-in-law's home became engulfed in smoke.
Utilising her public status, Barber has raised more than $28 million so far to help the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.
On Sunday, Nicole Kidman and husband Keith Urban also contributed $500,000 to various services.
The bushfire crisis was a major talking point at the Golden Globe Awards too with the likes of Russel Crowe, Ellen DeGeneres and Pierce Brosnan sending their thoughts to Australia.
So far, the devastating wildfires have torn through millions of acres of land with almost half a billion animals having lost their lives.