Chelan Lookout Offers $10,000 Match for Chelan Valley Fire Relief Fund

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The Chelan Lookout, a residential community in the city of Chelan, is offering a dollar for dollar match up to $10,000 for all gifts to the Chelan Valley Fire Relief Fund. The match begins on August 19, 2015 and ends when fulfilled.

“This is such a great example of how people in our communities come together in hard times” said Beth Stipe, Executive Director of the Community Foundation of NCW. “It’s unfortunate that we’re in a situation again where our friends and neighbors need our help. We’ve received donations from across the country and we are so grateful.”

The Community Foundation is in direct contact with the service agencies helping fire victims by determining their needs and finding resources available to them. The fire relief fund helps to meet many of those needs. Fire victims should be sure to register with the Red Cross and seek services from Chelan Valley Hope.

You can give online to the Chelan Valley Fire Relief Fund or mail/deliver your donation to the Community Foundation at 9 S Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801.

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