Volunteers Needed for Northern California Fire Season

firepicAn exceptionally dry winter and a fast-approaching California summer can mean only one thing – a very busy fire season. In anticipation of a season sure to keep first responders on their toes throughout the state, the American Red Cross is looking for volunteers to aid in disaster response.

The American Red Cross of Northeastern California will conduct five (5) volunteer orientations in the coming weeks, which will provide new volunteers with an overview of the Red Cross, its programs and services, and an opportunity to help communities respond to and recover from potential wildfire emergencies.

As a Disaster Action Team or Sheltering and Mass Care volunteer, individuals will provide care and comfort directly to those impacted by disaster – from single home fires to large scale wildfires, and everything in between.

Those interested in becoming a disaster services volunteer are encouraged to attend one of the following volunteer orientations. All orientations will take place from 4:00pm – 6:00pm on their respective dates unless noted otherwise:

  • Apr 27
    Red Bluff Fire Department Training Center
    1015 Kimball Rd
    Red Bluff, CA96080
  • May 11
    Corning City Fire Department
    814 5th St
    Corning, CA96021
  • May 18
    Red Cross Office
    3609 Bechelli Ln, Unit I
    Redding, CA96002
  • May 24
    Trinity County Department of Public Health
    51 Industrial Park Way
    Weaverville, CA96093
  • May 29, 6p-8p
    Red Cross Office
    3609 Bechelli Ln, Unit I
    Redding, CA  96002
  • Jun 7
    Red Cross Office
    1000 S. Main St
    Yreka, CA96097
  • June 27
    Lassen County Public Health Department
    1445 Paul Bunyon Rd
    Susanville, CA 96130

To register for a Volunteer Orientation or to find out more about the Red Cross, please call (530) 244-8000, OR visit
www.redcross.org

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The American Red Cross Gold Country Region serves the Sierra-Delta Chapter as well as the Northeastern California Chapter, a total of 24 Counties from Stanislaus to Siskiyou. We are happy to serve the 4.4 million residents in the state.

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