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SOUTHERN OREGON

DISASTER RECOVERY AFTER THE ALMEDA FIRES

It will be a long road to recovery for survivors of the Almeda Fire that ravaged the Southern Oregon towns of Phoenix and Talent on September 8th 2020. More than 2,300 homes have been lost, 40,000 people have been displaced, and more than 80% of the children of the local school district have been affected. 

Affordable housing for many people in Southern Oregon is a problem. Several mobile home parks and apartment buildings were lost. Many of these people did not carry insurance on their places of residence because they simply could not afford it. 

Join us in God’s story of bringing beauty from ashes as we partner with the robust ministry community in the area. 

Disaster Recovery

Forward Edge has a rich history of Phase II disaster-recovery work, assisting disaster victims long after first responders have left.

Sheri Stanley

Director of Operations & Mobilization
Bio

Team Coordinator

Hi! I’m Sheri, the Southern Oregon Team Coordinator. I look forward to working with you to plan your life-changing week!

If you’re interested in organizing a team of 10 or more, you can contact us by filling out the short form below. If you’re an individual looking to join a team, you can scroll through our list of open teams here.

Contact us today to start planning your mission team to Southern Oregon!

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