KSOP Fire Relief Drive

Ongoing wildfires in the western U.S. states including California, Oregon and Washington have burned thousands of homes and are responsible for dozens of deaths, leaving many evacuees and fire fighters in need of help.

Join KSOP and Freebird Brotherhood (http://www.freebirdmc.com/) as we fill a semi-trailer that will head to Medford, Oregon and work with local emergency response teams to distribute supplies.

Drop off supplies here at KSOP (1285 West 2320 South in West Valley City) starting Friday morning, September 18m 2020 at 10am until Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at Noon. No need to get out of your car just drop off and drive off. a list of badly needed supplies is listed below.

Camping gear- (any and all including but not limited to: tents, sleeping bags, air mattresses, pumps for mattresses, blankets)

Camp stoves

New pillows

Camp chairs

Flashlights

Batteries

Cell phone chargers

Hygiene products

Baby items (baby wipes, diapers, formula)

Non-perishable food (protein bars, cereal bars, nuts, etc)

Can openers

Bottled water

Bottled juices

Gift cards

Reading glasses

Adult diapers

Laundry soap

Cleaning supplies

Animal crates (can be used)

Dog food, cat food

All animal supplies

New socks (adults and kids)

New underwear (adults and kids)

New wash cloths

New towels

Storage totes

First aid kits

Other Ways To Donate:

GoFundMe account: This fund will help with the cost of gas to get to Oregon from Utah and will also go towards purchasing gift cards for those in need. 

https://www.gofundme.com/f/wildfire-victim-relief?utm_source=customer&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet&utm_medium=copy_link_all

American Red Cross: 

https://www.redcross.org/donate/cm/kdrv-pub.html/

Another simple way to donate: Text “WILDFIRES” to 90999 to make a $10 donation. The Red Cross also has a hotline (800-RED-CROSS) to make donations to.

Rogue Credit Union- (they will match donations up to $50,000)

https://www.roguecu.org/community/donate?utm_campaign=later-linkinbio-roguecreditunion&utm_content=later-10024205&utm_medium=social&utm_source=instagram

Jackson County Emergency Management is urging those who want to donate or need help to go to Rogue Valley Recovers and complete the online form.