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COAD Member Volunteer Tracking

posted about 18 hours ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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Dear COAD Members

In order to increase our overall funding for Lane County from FEMA, we ask that all member agencies track their volunteer hours for this event, including any grassroots community volunteers. This will prepare us to apply for FEMA matching funds when available for our most impacted communities.

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Multi-Agency Resource Center Open Friday

posted 3 days ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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The Lane County Emergency Operations Center will host a Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC) will be available for those whose homes are affected by the wildfire. The MARC will be open on Friday, September 25 at the Lane Events Center at 796 West 13th in Eugene, Oregon.

The Resource Center will…

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Home Sharing Program Now Available

posted 4 days ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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An estimated 40,000 Oregonians have been displaced by the fires to date. At the same time, there are more than a million spare bedrooms in Oregon’s owner-occupied homes—enough to house every fire-impacted Oregon family.

Home Share Oregon, a program from the nonprofit organization Oregon Harbor of Hope, is helping to…

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How to apply for disaster aid due to wildfires

posted 4 days ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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from the Oregon Health Authority posted 9-17-20

If you experienced uninsured losses or damage due to wildfires, you may qualify for disaster aid. Federal funds are available to help eligible individuals recover from wildfire in Clackamas, Douglas, Jackson, Klamath, Lane, Lincoln, Linn and Marion Counties.

Assistance may include grants for…

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Eugene YMCA Offering Free Child Care

posted 6 days ago by ajones from Lane COAD
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If you have been displaced by wildfires, please call the Y about free child care: 541-686-9622

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfyKME6kKdIKSGoixqJSnOZkfzWWiyYwOcp2EGneMSAur_5fg/viewform

www.eugeneymca.org

CCS Springfield Center to distribute Wildfire Response Funds to Evacuees

posted 6 days ago by anne@whitebirdclinic.org from Lane COAD
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Community Response Funds to distribute to individuals or families who have been evacuated due to the fires in Lane County. Each individual or head of household is eligible to receive some funding upon showing ID or proof of residence in an evacuated zone.

These funds will be available at the…

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Who is Lane COAD?

posted 7 days ago by anne@whitebirdclinic.org from Lane COAD
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The mission of Lane County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) is to bring together a broad array of community organizations to foster an effective response to the people of Lane County in times of disaster.

  • 211info
  • ALKO Group (Candlewood Suites Eugene/Springfield)
  • American Red Cross
  • Carry It Forward
  • Cascade Manor
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Pregnancy & Baby Gear Network: Accepting Requests and Offers

posted 8 days ago by ourcommunitybirthcenter from Our Community Birth Center
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Our Community Birth Center in Lane County is helping coordinate between local community members donating and local community members seeking pregnancy and baby gear and clothing. These items are often quite valuable (even if used) and should not be out in the smoke. We have set up a system to…

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Emergency Response for the Animals

posted 9 days ago by anne@whitebirdclinic.org from Lane COAD
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Over the past few days, COAD member Greenhill Humane Society has geared up to help the animals and people impacted by the fires in our area. They are committed to helping our community during this emergency:

  • 24-hour phone response to ensure that people who need emergency shelter or resources for…
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Crisis Response Lines

posted 9 days ago by anne@whitebirdclinic.org from Lane COAD
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Residents who are affected by the McKenzie/Holiday Farm Fire who have inquiries may call Lane County’s non-emergency call center at 541-682-3977 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. After-hours calls will be transferred to the Sheriff’s Office non-emergency phone line.

If you are under an evacuation notice, please

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LCC and UO offers Support to Staff and Students

posted 10 days ago by anne@whitebirdclinic.org from Lane COAD
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Lane Community College is currently closed to all except Public Safety, but students and staff displaced by fire with a vehicle can call Public Safety at 541-463-5558 to be provided with a safe place to park and stay in their vehicle, with access to water, wifi, and restrooms.

The University…

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Register Yourself as “Safe and Well”

posted 11 days ago by anne@whitebirdclinic.org from Lane COAD
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After a disaster, letting your family and friends know that you are safe and well can bring your loved ones great peace of mind. This website is designed to help make that communication easier.

Register Yourself as “Safe and Well” Go to https://safeandwell.communityos.org/cms/index.php and click on the “List Myself as…

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Wildfire Response Fund

posted 12 days ago by anne@whitebirdclinic.org from Lane COAD
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United Way of Lane County is launching an emergency Wildfire Response Fund at www.unitedwaylane.org/wildfires.

The emergency fund provides immediate assistance to local nonprofits meeting the needs of families and individuals who have lost their homes, their businesses, or have been otherwise impacted by the 2020 fires in Lane County,…

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Grant Opportunity For Non-Profits

posted 25 days ago by anne@whitebirdclinic.org from Lane COAD
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Oregon Health Authority is accepting grant applications from not-for-profit organizations statewide and Oregon’s nine federally recognized Tribes and the Urban Indian Health Program for grants flowing from legislatively-directed $45 million in federal CARES Act coronavirus relief funds.

The grants are intended to address the disproportionate affect COVID-19 has had on…

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Oregon Cares Fund

posted 27 days ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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The Oregon Cares Fund provides cash grants to Black individuals, Black-owned businesses, and Black-led nonprofit organizations who have experienced financial adversity due to COVID-19.

The Oregon Cares Fund is designed and led by Black leaders for the Black community. All grants must be awarded before December 30, 2020.

Apply at…

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Emergency Information

Lane County is posting all updates to www.lanecounty.org/mckenziefire and answering non-emergency calls at 541-682-3977 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. After-hours calls will be transferred to the Sheriff’s Office non-emergency phone line.

If you are under an evacuation notice, please comply with requests made for Level 1 (Be Ready), Level 2 (Be Set) and Level 3 (Go Now). Click here to enter your address to confirm if you are under an evacuation notification.

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