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DFRC is dedicated to helping fulfill the unmet needs of survivors of the Dixie Fire through providing services and resources from our location in Crescent Mills, CA.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Tuesday - Saturday
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Disaster Case Managers
are available on-site during normal operating days
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Photo: Bobbie Stoy-Linford
The Dixie Fire Resource Center is looking for donations of the following items. These items will go to those displaced by the Dixie Fire.
We are no longer accepting used clothing. Please contact DFRC before delivering donations.
Gently used furniture and appliance donations are always helpful for people setting up new homes . DFRC does not have the storage space however. Donors can take photos and post ads of what furniture or appliances they have and post an add on this Facebook group page.
If you have any of these items, please contact the Resource Center Coordinator, Regina Moffet, by email; firstname.lastname@example.org or call (530)283-2735 extension 833.
Tax deductible donations for heating assistance supplies can be made via this link, dfrc-donations. We purchase skirting for RV’s, heaters, window insulation, weather stripping for doors, pipe insulation, heat tape for pipes, emergency propane refills, and firewood.
Monetary donations for various unmet needs can be made with the button below.
We are currently offering wet/dry vacs to people living in Indian Valley. Rentals are free of charge.
FIREWOOD - If you are low on wood or if you have wet wood DFRC is in a position to help. Currently we have dry seasoned almond wood that we are mixing with mixed firewood from J&C Enterprises. If you will not have enough wood to last the next month, or if you have wet wood give DFRC a call. We deliver!
PROPANE -DFRC provides emergency propane refills for people that cannot afford to fill portable propane tanks to heat their RV. We cannot heat clients homes throughout winter however if you or someone you know is in an emergency situation, will run out of propane, and does not have funds to fill a tank please contact us!
MISCELLANEOUS HEATING ASSISTANCE -We keep in stock electric and propane heaters, 16oz propane cylinders, propane hoses, RV skirting, window insulation, weather stripping, and more. If your woodstove needs a repair and you cannot afford it please give us a call. We may be able to help find a solution.
For all heating assistance related needs contact Regina at: (530) 283-2735 ext 833
We have a small food pantry and donated grocery store gift certificates for people in need.
DFRC has pureed food pouches for toddlers, powdered formula, diapers, clothing and other supplies. We can help babies and toddlers by providing parents or guardians with gift certificates or by helping with signups for the WIC program.
We have new and used coats available, new hats, a few boots, sweaters, and snowpants. If you do not have warm winter gear please contact us and we’ll either find something in our store that will work for you or we will order you the item(s).
We receive regular deliveries from various donors that want to help fire survivor’s animals. We carry pet and livestock food and supplies. If you need help paying for a Veterinarian to treat your animal we can refer you to an organization that may be able to help.
We have a sign up sheet for people that do not have an operating refrigerator or that have a dysfunctional refrigerator. It is not guaranteed that we will find funding for refrigerators but we hope to do so.
New Clothing, Kitchenware, New Quilts, New Bedroom and Bathroom Furnishings. All new and gently used items to set up a new home are reserved for people that lost their home in the Dixie Fire.
Tents, sleeping pads, air mattresses, sleeping bags, folding camp chairs, lanterns, hand warmers, tarps, bungee cords, rope, flashlights, camp stoves, propane bottles, etc... We do not provide these items to recreational campers but only provide these items to people that are living outdoors due to the loss of their home.
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