#Wa Wildfire Relief Effort: Seattle, Wa.

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SUPPORT YOUR STATE WASHINGTON! Organizing a community effort to help provide relief & support to those in distress during, and after the largest wildfire in Washington State history. Please read carefully below for ways you can help or DONATE NOW! Immediate Need For Supplies & Financial Donations At Tonasket Evacuation Center. Click To Donate Now: http://okanoganrelief.com/tonasket-community-cultural-center/

Additional Donation Opportunities: http://okanoganrelief.com/category/donate/

This Relief Effort is being hosted at Chance Fashion, and a percentage of Event Proceeds will be donated to the Okanogan Relief effort as well: www.facebook.com/events/644324992351471/

- Food for people, pets and farm animals. Water. Gas for generators. Sanitary supplies. Cots & sleeping supplies. Megaphones. N95 masks, cough drops, nasal spray, eye drops, face masks and red bull, Gator Aid, Vitamin Drinks, healthy snacks, cliff bars, salty snacks, Mountain House Freeze dried food, etc. Wipes, large flashlights (with batteries) for the firemen and those guarding the roads. White socks, thin work gloves, handkerchiefs, lip balm, Aloe Vera, gas cards, hygiene items, moleskin, Band-Aids, toilet paper, soap, laundry soap.

- Help organize an event / fundraiser. Post it here. We'll help spread the word.
- Help promote an event that is already happening.
- Ask friends and family to get involved and show support.
- Ask business in your neighborhood.
- Spread the word about the donation link above.
- Provide transportation for donation supplies.

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ONLY certified firefighters are able volunteer to fight the fires, but there ARE more ways you can help! There is need for volunteers to help manage farm animals, shelters for relocated people / families, preventative fire efforts, helping people get packed and relocated, and more.

PLEASE VISIT http://okanoganrelief.com/ for more detail on how to get involved. This is a website developed and facilitated by members of the community of Okanogan affected by the wildfires.

General Public Liaison: Rhonda Hinkley: 509-429-1865
Red Cross Contact: Howard Fernici: 202.716.9467
In-Kind Donations / Forest Service: Kay Gallagher at 202-436-4012 and dr717-16log-ikd@redcross.org.
Website Management & Info Updates: info@okanoganrelief.com
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