Zogg Fire Ash-Out Response

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Zogg Fire Ash-Out Response

Oct 8, 2020
Bethel Global Response

On the evening of September 27, 2021 the Zogg Fire exploded overnight in the towns of Igo and Ono in Shasta County. 204 buildings were lost and these two small, rural towns were left navigating recovery in the midst of a pandemic. BGR joined other local agencies in offering our services and assistance at the Local Assistance Center (LAC) letting families know there were people to help them recover valuables from the rubble. BGR continues to walk alongside families sifting their properties finding memories, jewelry, heirlooms, and keepsakes. We will launch our forestry services assistance to these families who need financial help removing burnt trees, damaged vegetation, and hazards from around their building sites over the next few months.

PROPERTIES
SEREVED

13

PEOPLE
SERVED

41

VOLUNTEER
HOURS

516

TOTAL
COST

$12K

About Bethel Global Response

Bethel Global Response oversees a team of over 1,000 people who are trained to respond to disasters. While carrying the atmosphere of heaven, we tangibly display the love of Jesus by meeting physical needs through ash outs, relief and recovery training, food distribution, and more. We meet people in moments of crisis with hope and love. Through these divine opportunities, we see life restored and people beginning to dream again.

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