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Loren Dolge searches for personal items in the ashes of his burned home outside of Brewster, Washington on July 21, 2014. (Courtesy Travis Dolge)

Loren Dolge searches for personal items in the ashes of his burned home outside of Brewster, Washington on July 21, 2014. (Courtesy Travis Dolge)

A number of tree-fruit workers in central Washington State have lost homes due to the recent wildfires. You can donate to support their families.  As of this date, $56,000 has been raised.

The Washington State Horticultural Association has put out this message:

Many industry friends have asked how they can provide charitable donations to tree fruit industry victims of the fires in Okanogan County. Through a collaborative effort across employers in the industry, the following vehicle has been set up for tax deductible charitable giving that will channel help directly to those working in the tree fruit industry that have lost their homes and suffered great loss.

Please donate to:

Community Foundation of North Central Washington Brewster/Pateros Tree Fruit Fire Victims Fund
9 S. Wenatchee Ave.
Wenatchee, WA 98801
509-663-7716
Beth Stipe
beth@cfncw.org
http://www.cfncw.org/

Make check memo line to “Brewster/Pateros Tree Fruit Fire Victims”