We have had record breaking acres burned in Oregon just this year at over 1,000,000 acres. If thats hard to comprehend, remember that’s more than we expect in a 10 year span here in Oregon! We have had at least 10 deaths, thousands of homes and businesses burned down, and whole towns wiped out just in the last couple months. If you have not been affected by the fires, I’m sure you know someone who has, and we can all do our part to help those in need right now.

Donate- 

Remember, people have lost EVERYTHING in these fires, so anything helps.

Clothes- All sizes of clothing needed for men, women, and children, and shoes of all sizes.

Food- Non- perishable, canned food preferred. Water- drinking/ bottled water, and gallons of water.

Camp Gear- For those that have to camp out, any type of camp gear can be used: tents, chairs, sleeping bags, flashlights, camp stoves, tarps, cooking utensils and pots/ pans.

Bedding- Any new, or clean pillows, blankets, air mattresses, or sleeping pads.

Baby- Diapers, baby food, baby clothes, blankets, cribs, play pens, toys.

Pet Supplies- Crates, cat, dog and bird food- soft and hard, litter and litter boxes, leashes, pet beds, collars.

Extra stuff– Toiletries, toilet paper, towels, phones and phone chargers, books, backpacks, school supplies, car batteries/ oil.

If you don’t have extra things to donate, think about donating money, it goes directly to those in need. Salvation Army is doing great things to help those in need.

Some places to donate to are: Your local Salvation Army, United Way, Oregon Food Bank Network, Your local credit union.

Volunteer-

There are many places locally that are helping how they can by gathering supplies to shuttle to evacuees. A great place to help is The Salvation Army, who are making meals for evacuees, as well as firefighters who are still battling the fires all over Washington, Oregon, and California. Check them out today to see how you can help.

Remember, it may not seem like much to you, but could mean the world to someone who has lost everything, so do what you can, big or small.
The Jones Group

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