In keeping with Matt Stranahan with CPM, the company began a go fund me with an preliminary donation of $10,000 to assist increase cash for victims in September.
Since then, the neighborhood raised over $16,000 so as to add to that whole.
“Apart from the deposit of us have been initially paid out for the destruction of the property and their private property, they didn’t actually have a whole lot of direct aid,” Stranahan stated. “So we felt that this park was the place we may do probably the most good and assist in any means we are able to.”
CPM is the property administration group of Coleman Creek.
They are saying a whole bunch of houses have been burned down within the park that was primarily occupied by seasonal employees and very long time residents.
David Wright, the President of CPM, says they wished to assist those that have been most in want.
“We care about our neighborhood and wished to assist these most in want. At Coleman Creek, a park we handle, we felt that this neighborhood was doubtless hit hardest with the least quantity of assist.”
They’re giving out a $200 Visa reward card to each household who lived in Coleman Creek.
Stranahan says as of Monday, they’ve given out 30% of the reward playing cards accessible.
If you should obtain yours, you may decide them up at:
594 E Barnett Rd. STE D, Medford OR, 97504. 3
Monday – Friday 9:00-5:30.
You may as well name them at:
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