Rotary District 5190 Emergency Fire Relief

By Rotary District 5190Paradise, California


Fellow Rotarians in District 5160, which include the towns of Paradise and Chico, California, are dealing with the devastation of California's largest, most destructive and deadly wildfire known as the Camp Fire.

District Governor Tina Spencer-Mulhern of District 5190 has set a goal to raise $100,000.00 in emergency relief funds.

Many of the Rotarians in District 5160 are directly connected with the victims and understand their immediate needs which include but are not limited to medicine, food, clothing, housing, transportation, toiletries and pet food expenses. District 5160 will distribute funds through their clubs.

District Governor Jon Dwyer 5160 and his district leadership team will make sure funds raised are directed exactly where the money is needed. Our hearts are breaking for your community and we are going to do everything in our power to help.

Yours in Rotary,

Fellow Rotarians in District 5190

Breakdown of Costs

  • Emergency Relief Funds $100,000.00
  • Overhead $0.00

If Funding Goal is Exceeded:

Additional funds will be sent to District 5160 to help families who have lost their homes in the Campfire.

If Funding Goal is Not Met:

Money will go to District 5160. They work directly with the local clubs to make sure the money is properly managed and helping where the need is greatest. Please consider making a donation and share the link to this project on social media and email the link to family and friends.

197 days left
224donors
54%
funded
$54,858.93

of $100,000 goal

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Jon Dwyer District Governor 2018-19 Rotary International District 5160

Jon@Rotary5160.org

(925) 785-4664

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