Oregon Wildfire Recovery and Rebuilding
About the 2020 Community Rebuilding Fund
The 2020 Community Rebuilding Fund launched in response to Oregon’s devastating 2020 wildfire season which forever changed many of Oregon’s vibrant rural communities. Recognizing equitable, inclusive and resiliency-based rebuilding is essential, the Fund centers the needs of Oregon’s vulnerable residents most impacted — including Latino/a/x, Tribal and rural community members across eight counties. To date, the Fund has awarded $6 million in grants to more than 60 organizations, helping these communities with transitional housing, basic needs, mental healthcare, community planning and much more.
Learn more about the 2020 Community Rebuilding Fund: oregoncf.org/about-community-rebuilding-fund
Bottom Line for Oregon
The 2020 Community Rebuilding Fund is a collaborative effort led by Oregon Community Foundation in partnership with Meyer Memorial Trust, The Ford Family Foundation and American Red Cross to support Oregon counties ravaged by 2020 Labor Day fires.