Wildfire Relief

Our hearts go out to those who have been displaced and have experienced such tremendous loss over the last couple of days. In this time of uncertainty and threat, we are all looking for ways to support our neighbors. Here are just a few ways you can take action today. We ask our communities to remain vigilant with the continued threat of fire, heed evacuation notices, and limit exposure to smokey air. Take care of yourself and take care of your neighbors. Please consider donating if you can to help our neighboring watershed communities.


United Way Wildfire Response Fund

United Way and the McKenzie River Trust have established the Wildfire Response Fund focused on supporting nonprofits and community organizations that are assisting community members who have experienced the loss of a home or business or are otherwise impacted as a result of Lane County wildfires. Donate Today.

American Red Cross Cascades Region
Donate to the Red Cross and select “Your Local Red Cross” to direct your funds to the Cascade region. They are currently asking for financial donations rather than goods due to the difficulties of COVID-19. Donate Today.

Other Resources

Searching for loved ones
The Red Cross maintains a Safe and Well list where people can mark themselves as safe and you can search for loved ones. Visit their webpage for more information.

Sign up for emergency alerts
Visit Lane County’s webpage to sign up for alerts in your area. You can also check the most up to date information on evacuations on their McKenzie Fire page.