Cecelia Campbell lost her home to fire

$11,970 of $20,000 goal

Raised by 103 people in 60 months
93 year old Cecelia Campbell lost everything she had in the Carlton Complex Wildfire on July 17. Cecelia and her late husband Orvan built the home with their own two hands in 1943. The fire came too quickly for her to grab anything other than a few photos and the clothes on her back. She even lost her beloved cat Oreo and all of her paintings, which she sold weekly at the Twisp farmers market prior to the fire.

All that remains of Cecelia's farm is the concrete sidewalk with the handprints of her family. She desperately needs your help and support to rebuild after this devastating loss. 

We we have started this page to ask the community, family, friends, and even strangers for help in rebuilding this amazing woman's life.  Please donate whatever amount you can to help support Cecelia.

Thank you for your help during this time of need.
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We met with Cecelia this past weekend. She asked that we share the following message with all those who have donated:

Thank you does not begin to express the heartfelt appreciation to the many wonderful people that have donated to the fund to help me get back on my feet after the horrendous fire in our area. All I can say is may you never experience such a loss and God bless you all.

-Cecelia Campbell
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Brent Smith
48 months ago

Celia is the toughest person I have met in life. Now 94, she found a gently used single wide to put back on where she and her late husband Orvan built in the 1940s, She still paints, she is talented; when time and funds allow, she continues that and continues to offer her wonderful prints and originals at the farmers market in Twisp, WA. Thank you all for your support.

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Pamela Floyd
60 months ago

Cecilia rocks. Jus sayin...

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$11,970 of $20,000 goal

Raised by 103 people in 60 months
Created July 18, 2014
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RB
$100
Russell and Sherry Brantner
57 months ago

God Bless You !

WS
$50
Wayne & Mary Short
60 months ago
$100
Anonymous
60 months ago
BG
$500
Brent Lori and girls
60 months ago

We love you Celia.

MH
$200
Mike and Tracy Huntley
60 months ago

In memory of Mike V.

GY
$200
Greg Young
60 months ago

Hope you can get back to your art

$50
Anonymous
60 months ago
RR
$20
raquel rhinehart
60 months ago
DF
$50
Dick &Becky Fuller
60 months ago

For a pioneer and a wonderful family.

CS
$100
Carolyn Sullivan
60 months ago
Brent Smith
48 months ago

Celia is the toughest person I have met in life. Now 94, she found a gently used single wide to put back on where she and her late husband Orvan built in the 1940s, She still paints, she is talented; when time and funds allow, she continues that and continues to offer her wonderful prints and originals at the farmers market in Twisp, WA. Thank you all for your support.

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Pamela Floyd
60 months ago

Cecilia rocks. Jus sayin...

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