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Oregon Wildfire Response

The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Service teams have been activated across Oregon.

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Updated on June 1, 2021 at 9:22 AM

The Salvation Army continues to provide meals to meet the immediate needs of those affected by the Oregon Wildfires. In addition to meals, The Salvation Army is providing relief and resources across Oregon. If you are seeking assistance, please click the GET HELP button on the banner. 

  • Meals Served: 70,972
  • Snacks: 53,882
  • Drinks: 56,205
  • Home Delivered Meals: 33,249
  • Food Boxes: 8,364
  • Emotional & Spiritual Care: 3,324
  • Lodging at Salvation Army Facilities: 1,119

The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Teams continue to provide meals, food, and snacks in the following areas: 

  • Jackson County Expo at 1 Peninger Rd, Central Point, OR 97502. 
    • The Salvation Army HOPE House at 1065 Crews Rd. Medford, Oregon 97501 is being used as a shelter for evacuees. 
  • Lincoln County: 
    • Emergency food boxes are available in Newport at 140 NE 4th St, Newport, OR 97365 on Wednesday - Friday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. They are also available in Lincoln City on Fridays from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM at The Lincoln City Church of Christ 2160 NE Quay Pl, Lincoln City, OR 97367. 
  • Linn & Benton Counties
    • Feeding evacuees three meals a day in Lyon and Mill City sheltered at a local hotel. 
  • Marion County
    • Providing dinner and resoures at Camp Taloali.
    • Effective immediately, the Kroc Center in Salem, Oregon is waiving the fee for childcare support for families affected by the wildfires. For more information and to sign up visit or call 503-566-5762. Preschool is available for age 4.
  • Multnomah County 
    • Feeding evacuees currently sheltered at a local hotel. 

The best way to help evacuees is to make a financial contribution. Monetary donations allow disaster responders to immediately meet the specific needs of the disaster. 100% of your donation stays in Oregon to respond directly to the needs of those impacted by the Oregon Wildfires. There are a variety of ways the public can support The Salvation Army’s disaster relief efforts:


Call 1-800-SAL-ARMY - Designate gift “Oregon Wildfire Relief"

Designate “Oregon Wildfire Relief” on check and mail to:
The Salvation Army Disaster Relief
8495 SE Monterey Ave.
Happy Valley, OR 97086


The Salvation Army helps meet the needs of disaster survivors through a variety of programs.

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Emergency Preparedness
As one of the nation's major emergency relief organizations, The Salvation Army recognizes the critical importance of being prepared for natural and manmade disasters. Therefore, we take steps to ensure our own ability to respond quickly and efficiently to a disaster, while also working to educate other disaster professionals and the public at large about how to prepare for and respond to emergency situations.

Immediate Emergency Response
Emergency response services are activated on short notice according to an agreed-upon notification procedure coordinated with federal, state and local governments. Typically, Salvation Army personnel and resources will congregate at predetermined staging areas, entering the impacted area only once government first-responders have indicated that it is safe and constructive to do so. These immediate response activities include food and hydration services, shelter, cleanup and emergency communication assistance to put victims in touch with their loved ones.

Long-Term Disaster Recovery
Depending on the magnitude of the disaster, The Salvation Army may continue providing immediate response services, such as emergency shelter and food service, well into the recovery process. Additionally, The Salvation Army will often coordinate with local, state and federal entities to develop and execute long-term strategic disaster recovery plans. These activities include restoration and rebuilding initiatives, disaster social services (to address essential living needs, medical expenses or funeral costs) and in-kind donation distribution to disaster victims.

Spiritual and Emotional Care
Throughout the duration and aftermath of a major disaster, The Salvation Army provides spiritual comfort and emotional support upon request to victims and emergency workers coping with the stress of a catastrophe. Salvation Army counselors, who are often ordained as clergy (officers), may simply offer a "ministry of presence," but often people who know about The Salvation Army as representatives of God may ask for prayer or help from the Bible. Disaster relief and recovery services are provided to all in need without discrimination.

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