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.