Tollhouse – The Creek Fire Recovery Collaborative (CFRC) is hosting a resource event at the Eastern Fresno County Historical Society Museum on November 6, 2021from 10am to 2pm.
This event will bring together community organizations that can share information and resources with the survivors of the Creek Fire. Organizations will have one or more tables where they will be distributing information or resources potentially useful to Creek Fire Survivors. Many of these organizations are still accepting applications for assistance so Creek Fire survivors are encouraged to attend.
- The Tollhouse-Auberry Salvation Army Extension Unit will be holding sign ups for their Christmas Love Baskets for families in need of food this holiday season.
- Trauma Intervention Programs-Foothill will be recruiting survivors to participate in their weekly Creek Fire Survivor to Survivor Support Group
- Catholic Charities Diocese of Fresno will be taking intake applications for their Disaster Case Management Program
- The Sierra Resource Conservation District will be present to meet with survivors to discuss their Fuels Reduction Volunteer workdays.
- Representatives from Assemblyman Jim Patteron’s office will be attending to meet with survivors to learn about the struggles and challenges they are facing through their recovery journey.
- Rebuild Our Sierra will also be taking applications for their Logs to Lumber Program and Operation Tiny Home.
- Mountain Wear will be attending to share their donated clothing items and other home essentials.
Find more info at the Collaborative’s Facebook page:
@CreekFireRecoveryCollaborative or on our website at creekfirerecovery.com
To join the collaborative or learn more about the volunteer committee opportunities, email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org. To donate, go to bt.ly/creekfirehelp
The preliminary list of exhibitors is below but we expect to have more:
Creek Fire Recovery Collaborative
Trauma Intervention Programs-Foothill
Catholic Charities Diocese of Fresno
Rebuild Our Sierra
Sierra Resource Conservation District
Tollhouse -Auberry Salvation Army Extension Unit
Fresno County Department of Social Services
Assemblyman Jim Patteron’s Office
The mission of the Creek Fire Recovery Collaborative is to assist in the recovery and rebuilding of Fresno and Madera County’s mountain and foothill communities affected by the 2020 Creek Fire. The group seeks to coordinate the collaborative efforts of a variety of organizations partnering in the recovery of communities, families and individuals. Working together, sharing information ,identifying needs and coordinating the recovery efforts to develop healthy, resilient, and thriving communities.