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OTHER GAP FUNDING & SERVICES AVAILABLE

SCWRF continues to provide essential gap funding through the Santiam Service Integration Disaster Response Team.  The Disaster Response Team can also assist with housing, FEMA applications and appeals, insurance claims, food, clothing and medical supplies, and connecting with volunteers to aid in property clean up. Since September 2020, SIT has mobilized thousands of volunteers to help residents navigate the recovery process. For information on how to access these resources, contact SIT at 503-769-9319 or email sitmobile@santiamhospital.org.

SCWRF AWARDS TO DATE

Since its inception, SCWRF has worked hard to equitably distribute funds to support fire-affected Santiam Canyon residents. To date, more than $475,000 has been disbursed to support residents’ immediate relief needs and initial recovery efforts. A Community Grant of $45,000 awarded to Idanha-Detroit Rural Fire Department Protection District for repair and maintenance of the district’s fire vehicles and equipment. Over $150,000 in-kind gifts such as generators, gas cards, food, clothing and household items have also been distributed by SCWRF. By leveraging partnerships with agencies such as United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley and Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, SCWRF has served 1,158 fire-affected households in the Santiam Canyon.

HOW TO HELP WILDFIRE SURVIVORS

SCWRF aims to raise a total of $5 million to support Santiam Canyon residents affected by wildfires. To help SCWRF reach its fundraising goal and to support additional grant funding opportunities, visit www.scwrf.org.  The SCWRF is a 501(c)3 organization. All donations are tax-deductible.

More grant information to come.