Almeda Fire Donations
The Phoenix Talent Fire Relief Fund is organized by the Talent Phoenix School District where an estimated 50% or more of the student population has lost their homes and all contributions go directly to families.
Phoenix Talent Fire Relief Fund
PO Box 937
Medford, OR 97501
Checks (Payable to: Jackson Co School District #4) and gift cards can also be dropped off at:
Orchard Hill Elementary
1011 La Loma Dr.
Medford, OR 97501
Sylvia is meeting with hundreds of families who are arriving at the evacuation headquarters and have been affected by recent fires. She is one of the only Latinx counselors in our area. Cash is needed because her clients cannot get to donation centers if they don't have gas, centers don't have specific things that they might need, many are continuing to work despite the smoke and having lost everything, and they cannot access much of the government resources (whenever that comes). Above all, she feels it is direct aid that supports autonomy and dignity.
Venmo: Sylvia Poareo (2044) or Paypal: Sylvia@connectingwithin.comWebsite
An estimated 500 farm workers and migrant families have been displaced in our area. Checks and cash can be mailed or delivered to their offices:
203 N. Oakdale Ave.
Relief fund to serve immigrant farm workers and Native/Indigenous communities in Rogue Valley. Funds are currently directed towards securing housing and food for those impacted. This Fund is administered by a steering committee of organizations and grassroots groups based in the Rogue Valley that are already working to respond to the fires, including our grantees Rogue Action Center and Rogue Climate, as well as SOHealth-e, SO Equity, and Siskiyou Rising Tide.Website
UNETE: center for farm worker and immigrant advocacy. Please consider donating to our farm worker and immigrant family relief fund. The fund will help distribute money for rent/utilities and food in response to the complications surrounding the recent fires in Jackson County.Website
ACCESS helps provide food, warmth, and shelter for residents of Jackson County.Website
Helping homeless youth throughout the Rogue Valley.Website
Over 100 Oregon community partners have come together to form the Oregon Worker Relief Fund to help immigrant Oregonians make ends meet.Website
Cash grants will be given to teachers and staff who lost homes, and we are supplying each school site with gift cards to Ashland grocery and other general-needs stores to be given out to fire-impacted families. You can text “ASSIST” to 72572 or visit their website.Website
If you would like to support us financially, any donations tagged with Fire Relief will go directly to supply purchases and direct aid to those unhoused and displaced from these fires.
Cashapp: $soequity Venmo: @soequity Paypal: email@example.comWebsite