Santiam Canyon Wildfire Relief Fund

Locally Managed 501c3

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Current Amount Donated

TOWARDS OUR $5M GOAL TO REBUILD OUR COMMUNITY

100% of all donations submitted will go to directly benefit members within our community.
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Our Mission

It is with great optimism and hope that the Santiam Canyon Wildfire Relief Fund was established on September 11, 2020.

Our mission is to support residents living in the Santiam Canyon who are affected by Lionshead and Beachie Creek wildfires by raising funds to provide relief, support the recovery and clean up, and assist in the rebuild of our communities including Idanha, Breitenbush, Detroit, Niagara, Gates, Mill City, Lyons, and Mehama, Oregon.

How do I donate?

You can donate online here or mail your monetary donation to:

Santiam Canyon Wildfire Relief Fund
c/o Santiam SIT of Santiam Hospital
1401 North 10th Ave
Stayton, OR 97383

What Can I Donate?

We are accepting monetary or item donations.

Click here to see the most current list of physical items you can donate, that we still need:
You can make monetary donations online here:

Where Do I Donate?

You can drop off item donations at one of these four locations during the specified times. For large deliveries, please contact sitmobile@santiamhospital.org to schedule.

We so appreciate your kindness and generosity. Santiam Canyon Stands Together!

Sublimity Disaster Resource Center
Anthony Hall
11758 Sublimity Rd SE
Sublimity, OR 97385
Monday–Friday • 10:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday • 10:00am to 4:00pm
This location will be closed from 1:00 pm on Monday, January 4th - 10:00 am on Monday, January 11th. You can contact us by calling or emailing during this time, sitmobile@santiamhospital.org, 503-769-9319. For urgent items needed, we can provide deliveries during this time.
If you are a Santiam Canyon resident in need of assistance as a result of the wildfires, please connect with SIT:
If you owned and lost your primary Santiam Canyon residence in the wildfires, you can register for our current round of SCWRF Grant funding here:
Wildfire Damage Housing Relief

Thank You To Our Donors

100% of these donations go to directly benefit our community in need because of these wildfires.

Mary Joann Diets Rousseau

Doris J Wipper Fund

of the Oregon Community Foundation

Marie Lamfrom

Charitable Foundation

Steven J Gapp

Steve Wheeler Tire Center

River View Community Bank

Radiation Therapy Consultations, PC

Mission Properties LLC

Freres Building Supply

Foothills Church

Doerfler Farms, INC.

Diane R. Freres

United Way

Of the Mid-Willamette Valley

Pacificorp

Joel K. Blount

Saalfeld Griggs, PC

Central Willamette Credit Union

Immaculate Conception Church

The Collins Foundation

Mickey Hatley

The Roundhouse Foundation

OCF Joseph E Weston Public Foundation

Jason Eldred

Benjamin E Perry

Bob & Marypat Hill Family Fund

of the Oregon Community Foundation

Cherry City Metals, LLC

B.E. Knudson Charitable Foundation

Mr. Russel & Kathleen Roitters

Jennifer L. & William J. Martinak

Freres Foundation

Robert H. Smythe Living Trust

Jerry H. Walling

A.J. Frank Family Foundation

R.H. Parker/United Foundation

Jeff & Kimberly S. Koehnke

The Foundation of Stayton Area Rotary Club, Inc.

Les Newman's

OBI Research & Education Foundation

Benevity Fund Donation

Fnts Holdings Llc

Willamette Health Council

Betty Roberts Fund Of The Oregon Community Foundation

Forest Carbon Works, Pbc

Keizer Rotary Foundation

Kimberly Nelmark Photography

Stephanie & Walter Smith

Wilco

Withers Lumber

St Anthony Council No. 2439

Knights Of Columbus

Barron/Gilbert Fund

of the Oregon Community Foundation

The 2020 Santiam Canyon Wildfires

These two women are inspiring! They’ve both lost homes due to wildfire but in all of the chaos, they’ve helped create the Santiam Canyon Wildfire Relief Fund and are working with Santiam Hospital, Stayton, Oregon to do it.

The idea: People living in Santiam Canyon helping others living in the same community. The goal is to connect families in need, to people who can give, with a team at Santiam Hospital serving as a go-between. The beauty of it? The hospital already has a team dedicated to helping fill needs in the community. Now that team will help people in the canyon rebuild.

News Updates on Santiam Canyon Wildfire Relief Fund

SCWRF Round One Recovery Grants Announced