Fire Relief Organizations

Fire Relief Organizations

Below are a list of local Fire Relief organizations we will be donating to as well as others you can choose to donate to as well.

 

United Way Fire Fund: unitedwayofjacksoncounty.org/give
The United Way of Jackson County has launched a Fire Fund that will be geared toward longer-term recovery for families impacted by the fire. The United Way will use an application process to cover direct expenses related to families’ losses.

Rogue Credit Union’s Southern Oregon Fire Relief Fund: roguecu.org/community/donate
Rogue Credit Union will match up to $50,000 in relief donations for people impacted by the Alameda and Obenchain fires. Donations will go to the Southern Oregon Chapter of the American Red Cross and are designated specifically for assisting impacted families and rebuilding our communities.

Food Banks
Please make a monetary donation food banks can purchase what is most needed and to reduce COVID-19 risk

 

Unete: The community of immigrant farm workers in Rogue Valley were severely impacted by the fires. Unete, the center for farm worker and immigrant advocacy, has identified more than 60 families and is collecting donations to be used towards rent, utilities, and food.

Ashland Schools Foundation: The Ashland Schools Foundation is coordinating fundraising and financial relief for Ashland School District (ASD) families and staff who lost their homes in the Almeda Fire. 10% of ASD families and many staff live outside of Ashland, many in Talent/Phoenix. Donations can be made via:Text “ASSIST” to 72572 or by visiting: asf.salsalabs.org/asd-fire-assist

 

The information above was taken from the Ashland Chronicles website website!

 

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