Oso Relief Efforts

Oso Relief Efforts

There are many ways you can donate to Oso Mudslide Relief Efforts:

American Red Cross
You can donate to the Red Cross online, call 1-800-REDCROSS, or text REDCROSS to 90999 to have a $10 donation added to your cell phone bill.

North Coast Credit Union
All donations will be sent to United Way of Snohomish County for their Disaster Recovery Fund for Mudslide Relief.  100% of contributions will go to current and long term recovery efforts.  Click here for directions to the nearest NCCU branch.

Cascade Valley Health Foundation Disaster Relief Fund
Click here to make an online donation.

Washington State Combined Fund Drive
This is a special campaign to help the victims of the mudslide.

Snohomish County Boys & Girls Club
Accepting gift cards of all types or donations to purchase gift cards.

Arlington Community Food Bank
Drop donations in the 12th Man Container from 9am-5pm, 7 days a week.

Helping Hands Thrift Store
Accepting all types of donations: food, clothing, appliances, toiletries, housewares, furniture, and more.

Everett Animal Shelter
In need of food and supplies for smaller animals.

Kids’ Closet
Accepting clothing and toiletries for young children through teens only, please.

Other Resources:
If you are looking for someone who was impacted by the slide, you can search the Red Cross website here.

Snohomish County Slide Emergency Homepage

Snohomish County’s Frequently Asked Questions

Shelters are open at Post in Arlington and at 570 Sauk Avenue in Darrington.  Call (425) 388-5088 for more information.

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