Canadian Red Cross responds to fires in Alberta: Please Donate

The FASD Prevention Conversation Project

logoMassive wildfires have triggered the largest fire-related evacuation in Alberta history with more than 70,000 individuals displaced due to evacuation orders. People have been forced to leave their homes in more than 12 northern communities, including Fort McMurray.

“Forest fires have devastated entire communities in Northern Alberta,” says Jean-Philippe Tizi, Vice-President, Emergency Management, for the Canadian Red Cross. “Our teams are currently mobilizing to support affected people, families and communities in any way that help is needed.”

Families and individuals who have been evacuated can call with inquiries or to register. The toll-free number is: 1-888-350-6070. Registering helps reconnect family members and enables response agencies to mobilize resources.

Canadians wishing to help are encouraged to make a financial donation to the Alberta Fires Appeal online at, by calling 1-800-418-1111 or by contacting their local Canadian Red Cross office. Donations could provide relief for those affected in the form…

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