You’ve come here because you want to help rebuild Oregon. Thank you for your generosity. Oregon is home to some of the best people and most beautiful places in the United States. As wildfires have swept through over a million acres of land, Oregon residents have been displaced, lives have been lost, and homes have been reduced to ashes. We can rebuild Oregon, together.
Here is a list of organizations and donation links for supporting Oregon’s wildfire efforts:
Team Rubicon focuses on serving vulnerable and at-risk populations affected by disaster. While the initial damage and trauma of natural disasters will impact any population regardless of socio-economic factors, the financial burden of recovery and rebuilding has dramatic and long-lasting repercussions on many rural and urban populations lacking proper insurance and public and private resources.
All Team Rubicon services are provided free of charge.
Southern Oregon Veterinary Specialty Center is at the epicenter of the Southern Oregon fires. Your donations support displaced and injured pets, resources for local pet rescues and financially challenged wildfire survivors.
Causa is a non profit that is helping immigrant families who have been devastated by the wildfires in Oregon.
Help get money into the hands of community members of the Rogue Valley that have been impacted by the fires.
Breitenbush has had devastating losses due to the wildfires and our community needs your help to rebuild.Donate to rebuild one of the most magical places in Oregon.
American Red Cross
The Red Cross is coordinating closely with partners and local officials to mobilize a massive relief effort across three states to ensure that people have a safe place to stay, food and comfort during this time of uncertainty.
The Salvation Army is providing meals and resources across nine counties in Oregon. Since Monday, September 6, The Salvation Army has provided 10,648 meals for evacuees across Oregon.
Rogue Credit Union
Rogue Credit Union is pledging an additional $50,000 in matching donations for wildfire relief efforts.
United Way Funds
The United Way funds are expected to aid services for food relief, shelter assistance, child care and health care in three regions of Oregon.
Wildland Firefighter Foundation
Wildland Firefighter Foundation helps families of firefighters killed in the line of duty and assists injured firefighters and their families.
Oregon Food Bank
Oregon Food Bank helps local families, farmers, ranchers and first responders who have been affected by wildfires throughout the region – connecting communities with water, food and other critical supplies.
Oregon Humane Society
Oregon Humane Society is working across the state with the Department of Agriculture and dozens of shelter partners to help animals affected by the wildfires.
Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation
Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation supports first responders and those impacted by the Clackamas Wildfires.
Keep Oregon Green
Keep Oregon Green provides education and awareness to reduce the number of human-caused wildfires in Oregon.
Go Fund ME
More than 60 verified fundraisers have been started for Oregon residents across the state who have been affected by the fires, according to GoFundMe. All of them have been added to GoFundMe’s centralized hub: Go Fund Me Oregon Fires
If possible, check ahead with donation sites to see what supplies are most needed. Always bring clean or unused items.
Portland Region Donation Sites:
- Clackamas County organizations
- Medic Bloc on Instagram-Sites Move
- Snack Bloc PDX on Instagram – Sites Move
- Salem Chamber of Commerce (1110 Commercial St. NE, Salem)
- United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley (455 Bliler Ave. NE, Salem)
- Marion County Fairgrounds (2330 17th St NE, Salem)
- Oregon State Fairgrounds (2330 17th St. NE, Salem)
- Silke Field at Springfield High School (908 10th St., Springfield)
- Chiloquin Fire and Rescue (156 S 2nd Ave., Chiloquin)
- Klamath Food Bank (3231 Maywood Dr., Klamath Falls)
- Klamath Falls Gospel Mission (1931 Mission Ave., Klamath Falls)
- Josephine County Fairgrounds (1451 Fairgrounds Rd., Grants Pass)
- Living Waters Church in Medford (306 E. Jackson St)
- Del Rio Vineyards (52 N River Rd, Gold Hill)
- The Expo (1 Peninger Rd, Central Point)
- Grange Co-op (225 S. Front St., Central Point)
- Ella Lane Boutique (739 Medford Center, Medford)
- Rogue Valley YMCA (522 W. 6th St., Medford)
- Family Nurturing Center (212 N. Oakdale Ave., Medford)
- Northwest Seasonal Workers Association (203 N. Oakdale Ave., Medford)
- Rogue Valley Mall (1600 N Riverside Ave, Medford)
- Oregon Shakespeare Festival – Carpenter Hall (44 S. Pioneer St., Ashland)
- Ashland Elks Lodge #944 (255 E. Main St., Ashland)
- The Siskiyou School (631 Clay St., Ashland)
- Ashland High School (201 S. Mountain Ave., Ashland)