Camp Fire Relief Support Information
The evacuation centers at the Chico East Ave. and Oroville Nazarene Churches are still at capacity, with approximately 700 evacuees combined being served. Donations of labor and various resources are still needed but should be confirmed directly with each site before sending or delivering (more info on that below).
HOW CAN PEOPLE GIVE FINANCIALLY WITH COMPASSION?
A Paradise Camp Fire Relief Fund is now established through the Sacramento District Office to help with relief efforts and support costs at both centers, and to assist displaced families with immediate and long term needs.
Please indicate whether this is a love offering for the Lloyd Family or the relief centers. Contributions can be made:
- By check, payable to Sacramento District Church of the Nazarene with a memo for the Paradise Camp Fire Relief to 6235 S. Walnut Street, Suite 200, Loomis, CA, 95650, or
- Online at https://sacnaz.org/online-payments/. Please include Paradise Camp Fire Relief in the comment box of the online payment page.
To volunteer please go to:
To make a financial contribution, please go to:
To make all other donations please confirm with Pastor Ron Zimmer that the items
you are donating are actually needed at: firstname.lastname@example.org, (530) 591-5237.
ONE MORE WAY TO RESPOND…
Do you or someone you know have living space, a self contained travel trailer or Recreational Vehicle that could be used for mid to long term housing while people are settling insurance issues and/or in need of temporary housing, with understood legal arrangements in an approved location? If so, please submit your contact information to the Sacramento District Office including, name-address-contact info-specific living space or vehicle dimensions at: email@example.com, or (915) 652-1193, ext.2.
We are grateful that because of the generosity and labor of so many local churches, that over 1,200 Crisis Care Kits have been delivered to the two evacuation centers listed above. Crisis Care Kits contain personal hygiene items for the immediate needs of those in the evacuation centers.