Southern Oregon and specifically Jackson County, is home to many of Oregon’s premier Cannabis and Hemp companies. Many of the people who work for these companies and related businesses live in Jackson County where their passion and dedication to their industry, along with the support of their communities, has allowed these businesses and the families they support to flourish.

Our lives all changed in a shocking manner as the Almeda fire burned through the communities of Ashland, Talent, Phoenix and Medford and the Obenchain fire impacted Eagle Point, Shady Cove, and Butte Falls. So many families, friends and neighbors have all been impacted including thousands who lost their homes and possessions. Many more have been being evacuated and displaced. In a span of a few hours, in the midst of an already challenging year, the lives of thousands across Jackson County have been forever changed, in a tragic manner that we are still trying to fully comprehend.

As part of a multi-pronged approach to assist these impacted communities of Jackson County, a coalition of committed Cannabis and Hemp businesses and their leaders are partnering together to support those impacted by helping to raise funds on behalf of United Way of Jackson County for the mid to long-term recovery from these devastating fires.

Rebuilding communities is costly and can take years, but we know that United Way is built for the long haul; focusing investments on health, safety and other unmet needs by creating partnerships to address emerging needs and fill gaps in human services.

We know it won't be easy, but with your help we can rebuild. Please join us by contributing to the Jackson County Fire Relief Fund today.

Thank you!

P.S. - Please note, all donations are tax-deductible. Donors will receive an initial donation receipt from the processor and a gift acknowledgement letter from United Way. As a reminder, for the 2020 tax year, taxpayers who don’t itemize may now deduct up to $300 in charitable contributions. If you would rather not give through this platform, please visit http://www.unitedwayofjacksoncounty.org/give/ or send payments to the United Way of Jackson County, 60 Hawthorne St., Medford, OR 97504.

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Jackson County Fire Relief Fund

by United Way of Jackson County


Southern Oregon and specifically Jackson County, is home to many of Oregon’s premier Cannabis and Hemp companies. Many of the people who work for these companies and related businesses live in Jackson County where their passion and dedication to their industry, along with the support of their communities, has allowed these businesses and the families they support to flourish.

Our lives all changed in a shocking manner as the Almeda fire burned through the communities of Ashland, Talent, Phoenix and Medford and the Obenchain fire impacted Eagle Point, Shady Cove, and Butte Falls. So many families, friends and neighbors have all been impacted including thousands who lost their homes and possessions. Many more have been being evacuated and displaced. In a span of a few hours, in the midst of an already challenging year, the lives of thousands across Jackson County have been forever changed, in a tragic manner that we are still trying to fully comprehend.

As part of a multi-pronged approach to assist these impacted communities of Jackson County, a coalition of committed Cannabis and Hemp businesses and their leaders are partnering together to support those impacted by helping to raise funds on behalf of United Way of Jackson County for the mid to long-term recovery from these devastating fires.

Rebuilding communities is costly and can take years, but we know that United Way is built for the long haul; focusing investments on health, safety and other unmet needs by creating partnerships to address emerging needs and fill gaps in human services.

We know it won't be easy, but with your help we can rebuild. Please join us by contributing to the Jackson County Fire Relief Fund today.

Thank you!

P.S. - Please note, all donations are tax-deductible. Donors will receive an initial donation receipt from the processor and a gift acknowledgement letter from United Way. As a reminder, for the 2020 tax year, taxpayers who don’t itemize may now deduct up to $300 in charitable contributions. If you would rather not give through this platform, please visit http://www.unitedwayofjacksoncounty.org/give/ or send payments to the United Way of Jackson County, 60 Hawthorne St., Medford, OR 97504.