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United Way Disaster Recovery Fund Dollars Raised/Distrbuted

Updated: August 22, 2014


How much have we raised so far?*

KOMO 4 (Telethon, online and corporate)
Corporate & Foundation Support (click for details)
Fundraisers and Benefits (click for details)
Other Individual Gifts
Total

Number of Individual Contributors

$571,058.18
$702,148.58
$355,718.57
$943,038.81
$2,571,964.14

12,063

 


How much have we distributed so far?

 

Families and Individuals
Community Organizations
Total to Date

* Including $24,750 in commitments.

$878,000
$489,500 *
$1,357,500

 
Families and Individuals

Supporting families and individuals affected by the 530 mudslide

   

3/31 - Catholic Community Services
Gas cards (Read more)

4/2 - North Counties' Family Services
Emergency cash allotments, temporary housing, child care, gas cards, commuting costs for Darrington families

4/4 - Arlington Family Resource Project
Emergency cash allotments, temporary housing, child care, gas cards, commuting costs for Oso families (Read more)

4/21 - North Counties' Family Services
Emergency cash allotments, temporary housing, child care, gas cards, commuting costs lor Darrington families (Read more)

4/21 - Arlington Family Resource Project
Emergency cash allotments, temporary housing, child care, gas cards, commuting costs for Oso families (Read more)

4/29 - Oso Firemen's Association
Mudslide Fund

Support for Oso families (Read more)

$3,000


$200,000




$200,000




$200,000




$200,000




$75,000

 
Community Organizations

Supporting community organizations that have seen increased costs due to 530 mudslide response

 

3/31 - Green Cross
Trauma support for volunteers, search and rescue workers, support staff (Blog post)

4/2 - North Counties' Family Services
Extra costs related to 530 mudslide response

4/4 - Arlington Family Resource Project
Start-up costs for a project of the Stanwood Camano Resource Center

4/10 - North Sound Society of St. Vincent de Paul
New, pre-packaged household items
("Houses in a Box") to people who lost their homes (Read more)


4/19 - American Red Cross Snohomish County Chapter
Donor designation to the local chapter of American Red Cross

4/22 - North Counties' Family Services
Extra costs related to 530 mudslide response

4/25 - Town of Darrington
Extra costs related to 530 mudslide response

4/27 - Darrington Recreation & Education
Foundation

Promoting youth sports

5/1 - Hampton Mill in Darrington
Partnership with the Washington Department of Commerce; covers extra fuel costs for truckers / another payment will be made June 1
(Read more)


5/1 - Economic Alliance Snohomish County
Work with the mayors of Arlington, Darrington and other local leaders on a Stillaguamish Valley economic development plan in the wake of the 530 landslide

6/1 - Hampton Mill in Darrington
Partnership with Washington Department of Commerce; covers extra fuel costs for truckers (final payment) (Read more)

6/17 - Catholic Community Services
Support for Disaster Case Managers to help survivors identify needs and work with nonprofits and government agencies.

6/30 - Darrington School District
Contribution from the Snohomish Health Leadership Coalition's Gear up and Go Program

7/11 - Salvation Army
Sending 30 children to Camp Arnold in Eatonville

8/6 - North Counties' Family Services
Support for a Disaster Case Manager to help survivors identify needs and work with nonprofits and government agencies.

8/6 - Oso Fire District
Extra costs related to 530 mudslide response incurred by the Oso Fire Station.

$3,000



$25,000


$25,000



$20,000




$25,000




$25,000


$25,000


$10,000



$75,000





$15,000





$75,000




$50,000




$5,000



$11,750


$50,000



$25,000

 
Commitments

Not yet disbursed

   

4/10 - Camp Fire USA:
Snohomish County Council

Sending up to 50 children from Darrington to Camp Killoqua this summer / will be paid based on actual costs and actual number of participants (Read more)

 


$24,750






 

Total to Date

$1,367,500
 
*100% of these contributions are going to current and long-term
recovery efforts thanks, in part, to a $10,000 gift from
Premera Blue Cross and a $4,300 gift from Moneris Solutions.

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