GEM and bstrong has activated its phase 1 disaster response by sending a series of UCS Group full size semi trucks, distributing over $250,000 in vital supplies ranging from GEM Bstrong Family Necessities Kits to tents, air mattress, water, hydration drinks, blankets, hygiene kits, masks, PPE and food.
Location Les Schwab Tire Center Quincy
116 East Main St Quincy California
Sunday Aug 15, 2021 from 11 to 3pm.
Supplies being distributed to over 350 survivor families from towns of Greenville, Jonesville, Cresent Mills, Lake Almanar, Upper Chester, Upper Taylorsville, East Comcow, Phillbrook and Butte Meadows will be pulling up to the drive through resource distribution.
The Dixie fire has burned over 800 sq miles of area.
Supplies range from food, hygiene kits, air mattresses, blankets, Covid protective equipment, tents and vital necessities.
The drive is organized by former Paradise Fire and Berry Creek Survivors
Community Network Association of Plumas County
Angels Among Us
E & J’s Mobile Kitchen
Berry Creek United
Coral Apple Foundation
The Dixie Fire is the 2nd largest fire in California history. It is burning through entire towns such as Greenville and leaving hundreds of people stranded and homeless.
Globalempowermentmission and bstrong has activated its phase 1 disaster response by sending a series of UCS Group full size semi trucks consisting of 300 air mattresses, bedding, blankets, food, and our GEM Bstrong Family Necessities Kits.
As of this morning, the fire is only 21% contained. Our teams will be on the ground there this Wednesday working with our ground partners Stephen Murray and E and Js.