Fire resources and how you can help

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WENATCHEE -- The Red Cross, Humane Society and other local resources are reaching out to those who have been affected by this atrocious fire. This is a compilation of local resources who are offering services and help to those in need. 

Donation Collection for Sleepy Hollow Fire Victims at Orchard Middle School

Orchard Middle School will be accepting donations for victims of the Sleepyhollow fire today, July 1 from 10 a.m. - 3 pm. at the main entrance of the school on 1024 Orchard Ave.,Wenatchee. The following items are being collected. 

-Hydrating liquids (cases of water, gatorade, vitamin drinks, etc.)

-Pet Supplies (leashes, collars, food bowls, pet beds, etc.)

-Gift cards (local grocery and clothing stores, restaurants, etc.)

-Toiletries-toothbrushes, toothpaste, hairbrushes, deodorant, shampoo/conditioner, soap, etc

-Money

Following the drive, all items will be taken to the Salvation Army, Red Cross, Humane Society, Serve Wenatchee Valley, and the NCW Community Foundation for further distribution.

United Way starts Fire Relief Fund

All donations and contributions can be made online at www.uwcdc.org or by mail at SHFRF United Way of Chelan & Douglas Counties, PO Box 488, Wenatchee, WA  98807 (write SHFRF in the memo please). All funds will be used for fire relief. If you have any comments, questions or concerns, please contact Trina Heuchert at (509) 662-8261 or by email at trina@uwcdc.org

Salvation Army

On Tuesday, June 30, the Salvation Army will be accepting donations. They are located at 1219 N. Wenatchee Avenue. They will begin collecting at 9 a.m. 

Red Cross

Based at Eastmont High School, the Red Cross is a place for refuge for those who are in need. The American Red Cross has food, a place to rest as well as showers for those who have nowhere else to go. 

You are not required to stay at the Red Cross to have access to these accommodations. Also, if you are looking to help but don’t know how proceed doing so, the Red Cross will take any financial donations.

They are greatly appreciative of the tangible items, however, benefit more from these financial donations. With these types of donations, the Red Cross will have access to purchasing items they need. 

If you have any questions please check out Red Cross’s Facebook page at American Red Cross Serving the Greater Inland Northwest.

Wenatchee Valley Humane Society

The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society is doing any and everything they can to help those who are in need of animal care. Dawn Davies, Director of the Humane Society, who also had to evacuate her home, was able to provide a great resource for those in need for their furry friends.

If you need immediate help, please call Animal Control at (509) 662-9577 and press one. Animal Control will be the first to respond for animal care. 

If you are needing supplies, please head over to the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society, where they are accepting donations of any sort. They will take in anything from leashes and collars, to food bowls and beds. They will also accept donations such as gift cards from any local convenience stores where they can purchase items they need.

If you need to drop your pet off, please call the number above and the Humane Society will make any type of arrangement they can to accommodate your pets. 

Other Local Resources

American Shoe Shop, located in downtown Wenatchee is offering to those who have lost their things in the fire to set them up in shoes, boots, sandals, etc. They are located at 126 N. Wenatchee Ave. For more information, please call them at (509) 662-5470.

Iwa Sushi and Grill, also located in downtown Wenatchee will be offering free lunch for those who have lost their homes. If you have any questions, please call at (509) 667-8744.

Bonaventure Senior Living will also be offering relief to seniors during the time of the fires. They will be offering, food, beverage, and activities.  They have two locations. 1550 Cherry St., Wenatchee, and in East Wenatchee at 50 29th St. NW. For more information, please call (503) 428-3220.

Stan's Merry Mart is also offering relief to those who have lost their homes. Stan's would like to set up individuals with jeans, a tee shirt, socks and shoes. They only ask to bring your ID's with you. Please call (509) 662-5858 for more information. 

Vision Source of Wenatchee will be providing replacement eyewear and contact lenses for those who were affected by the fire. Please bring your ID's with you. Vision Source of Wenatchee is located at 1190 5th Street. Please call (509) 662-9671 for more information. 

Renew Salon and Spa will be offering free wash and styles for anyone who has lost their home or evacuated from the fire. They are located at 1213 N Wenatchee Avenue. Please call (509) 663-4444 for more information.

Clearwater Saloon & Casino will be providing a meal for anyone who has lost a home in the fire. Please bring your ID with you. Please call (509) 888-2003 for more information. They are located in East Wenatchee at 838 Valley Mall Parkway. 

Chris Reeves Photography will be offering free family photo shoots for the families that have lost their homes. If interested, please contact Chris at c.r.photography@outlook.com

Moody Sisters Skincare is offering a care package including wash, deodorant, lip balm, etc. for those have lost their homes. Please contact them at moodysisters@gmail.com for more information. 

AC Checker, LLC is offering transport for free for fire crew and personnel, as well as those who have been affected by the fire. Please call (509) 663-8294 or check out their site at www.acchecker.net

Lowe's Home Improvement will be providing water and cleaning supplies tomorrow, (Tuesday) for the Broadview neighborhood. They are also accepting donations to bring to the Red Cross. Please call (509) 663-4530 if you have any questions. 

The Hair Loft at 537 Orondo Street, is offering free haircuts for all fire crew and free shampoo and conditioner for those who were displaced by the fire. For questions, please contact Tiffany Bruel or Kelley Jackson at (509) 393-5516. 

Wenatchee Maurices will be holding a clothing drive for all Sleepy Hollow Fire victims. You can donate your gently used clothes and get 20% off regular priced items. Please call (509) 662-1391 for more information. 

Orondo River Park will have spots available anyone affected by the fire. All that is required is that you bring your own RV or tent. You can stay until Thursday. For more information please call (509) 748-5818. 

EZ's is offering to all emergency and firefighter personnel, one free Deluxe Burger meal. EZ's is located at 1950 N Wenatchee Avenue. Please call (509) 663-1957 for more information. 

iLa Yoga Studio will be donating all class proceeds on Friday, July 3rd to the "Sleepy Hollow Heights Fire Support" group. These funds will be helping the families that were displaced by the fire and the fire fighters who were affected by the fire. 

Also, iLa Yoga Studio will be offering one month free yoga to all Sleepy Hollow Fire victims and firefighters. This offer is good now through August 31, 2015.  

Holli of Agape Healing Arts will be donating free 30 minute massages to any of the families and firefighters who were affected by the fire. Offer is good now through July 31, 2015. 

Komal Midkiff Photography will be offering free photo sessions for those who have lost their homes in the fire. If interested, please contact Komal at (509) 560-3435 or by email at komal_sandhu24@yahoo.com.  

Community Foundation of North Central Washington

The Community Foundation of North Central Washington has opened a fund for donations called the "Sleepy Hollow Heights Fire Support." This fund will help support the families who have lost their homes, the firefighters, and animals who have been affected. They will be providing food and other items. Please visit www.cfncw.org to make monetary donations. Tangible items can be donated at the Apple Valley Red Cross. The CFNCW is located at 9 S Wenatchee Avenue.