Overwhelming generosity fills 3 truckloads of donated supplies for fire evacuees


WILLOW CREEK, Calif. (KIEM)-An overwhelming amount of crucial supplies was received by Pay It Forward Humboldt – this week – and filled 3 truckloads of goods which then went out for immediate distribution.

Angels Among Us, an organization out of Paradise, California, was also involved.

All three loads were hauled by volunteer Allie Hostler and Aja Conrad, who are managing donations from a hub for the Slater Fire camps in Orleans, Happy Camp and Yreka.

Organizers with Pay It Forward Humboldt says, work being done at the Slater Fire distribution hub is an invaluable service that helps provide relief to hundreds affected by the wildfires.

Board Secretary Julie Workman says, both Hostler and Conrad, have been instrumental in furthering their mission by helping expand their reach and access to those in more rural areas.

As has Regina Chichizola, who is with Save California Salmon, for all her efforts and continued support.

For more information on how to donate or become involved with Pay it Forward Humboldt click here.

For Angels Among Us, click here.