posted about 1 month ago by firstname.lastname@example.org from Douglas County COAD
Help needed at The Salvation Army (Roseburg)!
We are extending our feeding for the fire evacuees housed in hotels (until November).
We are needing help with packing lunch at 11AM (about 8-10 volunteers) and packing dinner at 4:45PM (about 10-12 volunteers).
We also need delivery drivers for both shifts. Lunch…Read More
posted 3 months ago by DCCOAD from Douglas County COAD
There is a need for additional volunteers to assist manning the hotline for the Douglas Public Health Network and evacuation centers that are being set up in Douglas County.
posted 8 months ago by Andizski from Douglas County COAD
Thank you all for your willingness to help others!
Currently, Douglas County Senior Services is handling most of the needs for our seniors who are sheltering in place. So we are not receiving too many requests at this time. We have received a few requests and have reached out to…Read More
posted 9 months ago by DCCOAD from Douglas County COAD
One year ago we were helping to meet the needs of individuals isolated due to the snow storm. This year we are doing the same for individuals isolated due to being a higher risk if exposed to the Covid-19 virus. We are seeking volunteers to assist in the delivery of…Read More
posted over 1 year ago by AZielinski from Douglas County Sheriff's Office
Douglas County is seeking information about damages that citizens incurred during the winter storm of February 24. We are attempting to try and document damages in case that there might be any Federal assistance available. If you have damages from the February winter/snow storm please go to the website: http://dcso.com/storm/…Read More
posted over 1 year ago by DCCOAD from Douglas County COAD
Donations of money are best. Please do not offer clothing, food or other items. All money donated will go to the recovery effort locally. There is no fee taken out for managing the funds. United Way is the fiduciary agent only.
posted over 4 years ago by AZielinski from Douglas County Sheriff's Office
The Emergency Management Division of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the Douglas County Safety Committee is offering free training to the public regarding preparation and response for a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake.
The County has invited Dr. Altheo Rizzo, Oregon Office of Emergency Management, Geologic Hazards Program Coordinator to…Read More
posted about 5 years ago by Chris
This site is a means through which you can offer assistance in cash, materials, and/or time, to the community of Roseburg in the event of a disaster.
This site is designed to organize community preparedness and recovery in Roseburg, Oregon. This site was started by on September 08, 2015 and…Read More