Donate to Oregon Fires and Help Those in Need

High temperatures and strong winds continue to create disastrous fire conditions across Oregon. Hundreds of thousands of acres have been scorched and thousands have fled their homes. In the wake of these unprecedented fires, many fundraisers have been created to help those affected.

Donate to Oregon wildfire relief today.

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Support Oregon fire victims

GoFundMe has launched a centralized hub identifying all verified fundraisers created to help residents who have lost their homes and have been displaced by the Oregon fires. The centralized hub will be updated on a regular basis with new fundraisers that have been verified by our Trust and Safety team. All fundraisers are backed by the GoFundMe Guarantee, which ensures that all funds go to the right place.

Additionally, GoFundMe.org, the company’s charitable and advocacy arm, has launched the Wildfire Relief Fund to offer relief to Oregonians in need. When donors support the GoFundMe.Org fund, GoFundMe.Org selects and then distributes donations to verified fundraisers and organizations that help those affected.

Ashland, OR
Tony and Robin need your help.  This young family which truly represents the Am...
Last donation 6mos ago
$75,420 raised of $75,000
$75,420 raised
Clatskanie, OR
When Labor Day Weekend winds created a massive fire situation across Oregon, fa...
Last donation 2mos ago
$42,941 raised of $50,000
$42,941 raised
Eugene, OR
The Gabriel family, 12 adults and more than 15 children and grandchildren and gr...
Last donation 4mos ago
$40,606 raised of $250,000
$40,606 raised
Nashville, TN
Yesterday (Sept. 8th, 2020) a wildfire sprang up and ripped through multiple tow...
Last donation 5mos ago
$38,563 raised of $30,000
$38,563 raised
Murfreesboro, TN
Hi friends, I am fundraising for a family near and dear to my heart. Two sisters...
Last donation 2mos ago
$25,625 raised of $20,000
$25,625 raised
Ashland, OR
Dear Friends and Community: Aisha Wand - our beloved dance instructor, choreogr...
Last donation 8mos ago
$24,131 raised of $25,000
$24,131 raised
Eugene, OR
Last night in the Almeda Fire, my grandparents Cherry and Bill Thompson had to...
Last donation 8mos ago
$17,810 raised of $20,000
$17,810 raised
Salem, OR
My Dad, Bill called at 3:30am. They (him, Rikki, & Josh) barely escaped the ...
Last donation 4mos ago
$17,109 raised of $25,000
$17,109 raised
Talent, OR
SHANE AND JASPER LOST THEIR HOME Catastrophic fires swept through Oregon today ...
Last donation 8mos ago
$14,895 raised of $4,000
$14,895 raised
Phoenix, OR
Our Grandma and Dad lost their home, and everything they own, in the Glendower/A...
Last donation 7mos ago
$14,540 raised of $15,000
$14,540 raised
Eugene, OR
A sweet single mama of three children lost everything they owned in a fast-movin...
Last donation 5mos ago
$12,846 raised of $25,000
$12,846 raised
Talent, OR
Hello everyone, as some of you know a fire tore through Talent Oregon yesterday ...
Last donation 8mos ago
$10,910 raised of $15,000
$10,910 raised
Blue River, OR
Travis Simonis and Tiffany Lemmerz and their family lost their beloved dogs, hom...
Last donation 2mos ago
$7,169 raised of $45,000
$7,169 raised
Fayetteville, NC
From the Bellows family my name is Eileen Bellows.  My family and I are startin...
Last donation 8mos ago
$6,880 raised of $10,000
$6,880 raised
Blue River, OR
In the very early morning hours on September 8th, a wildfire tore through the co...
Last donation 6mos ago
$6,845 raised of $20,000
$6,845 raised
Blue River, OR
As most of you know last night we were evacuated from our home in blue river. We...
Last donation 8mos ago
$6,806 raised of $10,000
$6,806 raised
Jacksonville, OR
My brothers home and property were completely destroyed in the Almeda Fire that ...
Last donation 8mos ago
$6,055 raised of $2,000
$6,055 raised
Central Point, OR
If you know this family, i know they have blessed your life in some way. Their h...
Last donation 5mos ago
$5,755 raised of $50,000
$5,755 raised
Capitola, CA
Dear friends,family and community, We are in unprecedented times and I know so ...
Last donation 7mos ago
$4,835 raised of $30,000
$4,835 raised
Lyons, OR
Unfortunately Gordon and Jane Flesher lost their home to one of the Oregon fir...
Last donation 8mos ago
$4,130 raised of $5,000
$4,130 raised
Eugene, OR
My mother lost everything in the McKenzie fire last night. All of her family p...
Last donation 5mos ago
$3,365 raised of $10,000
$3,365 raised
Temecula, CA
Kenny Tomas is not only one of the nicest and most respectful people that I know...
Last donation 7mos ago
$2,825 raised of $3,000
$2,825 raised
North Bend, OR
Hey everyone, we have gotten help with clothing for the kids and us. But we need...
Last donation 6mos ago
$2,462 raised of $10,000
$2,462 raised
Detroit, OR
On September 8th, my home in Detroit, Oregon, was swallowed by the flames in t...
Last donation 9mos ago
$1,520 raised of $1,500
$1,520 raised
Seattle, WA
Hi everyone, my grandma just lost her house in the Blue River fire. This unfortu...
Last donation 7mos ago
$1,280 raised of $2,000
$1,280 raised
Talent, OR
The Cryptic Cafe is here to facilitate a meeting grounds for small businesses an...
Last donation 6mos ago
$1,274 raised of $40,000
$1,274 raised

Up-to-date information on Oregon wildfires

Please check the following resources for up-to-date information about fires.

Why donate to Oregon fire victims?

Oregon could experience the greatest loss of property and human lives in state history from the devastating wildfires that are burning across the state. Powerful winds fueled the current fires that were already burning, while additional fires broke out across the state Sept. 8. The blazes have left a wake of destruction, with dozens of homes and countless businesses across multiple counties lost and thousands more threatened.

Governor Kate Brown approved an emergency conflagration declaration for the Beachie Creek, Lionshead, and Holiday Farm Fire, with officials saying that some areas are experiencing the worst fire conditions in 30 years. The state’s firefighting resources are limited due to the catastrophic growth of the fires, in addition to the dozens of blazes tearing across Washington and California which have depleted the national firefighting capability.

Read your state wildfire information to find current information with up to date statistics available regarding acres burned and total fires.