Oak Glen Fire in San Bernardino County
The American Red Cross Inland Empire Chapter is supporting the relief efforts in response to the Oak Glen fire. Late Sunday afternoon on August 30, around 5:00pm the Inland Empire Chapter with the support of local volunteers opened a shelter for the community of Oak Glen.
There are over 25 Red Cross staff and volunteers responding to the disaster operation.
15 evacuees registered at the Red Cross Shelter at the Yucaipa Community Center.
People can support the relief operation by donating online at www.arcinlandempire.org or by calling 909-888-1481.
The Red Cross urges all those who have evacuated or who expect to evacuate to register their well being on the Red Cross Safe and Well website available at www.safeandwell.org.
People without access to a computer or without electricity or connectivity can call the Red Cross (1-800-RED-CROSS) for help registering or contact a loved one to register on their behalf.
The Red Cross can not accept individual or small group donations. We are not set up to sort and distribute clothing and other items in a disaster operation.
Help people affected by disasters like the Oak Glen and Station Fires, by donating to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. On those rare occasions when donations exceed Red Cross expenses for a specific disaster, contributions are used to prepare for and serve victims of other disasters.
o Yucaipa Community Center – 39400 Oak Glen Rd, Yucaipa
Animal Shelter Locations:
o Small Animals: Yucaipa Community Center – 39400 Oak Glen Rd., Yucaipa
o Large Animals: Yucaipa Equestrian Center – 13273 California St., Yucaipa