Creek Fire Devastation Prompts Long-term Resiliency Fund Launched to Empower Revitalization and Local Stewardship of Central Sierra Communities

Creek Fire Devastation Prompts Long-term Resiliency Fund Launched to Empower Revitalization and Local Stewardship of Central Sierra Communities

The Board of Directors of the Central Sierra Historical Society and Museum, Inc. (Historical Society) proudly announced its formation of the Central Sierra Resiliency Fund (The Fund) and financial support for long-term revitalization efforts due to the Creek Fire are being accepted at www.sierrahistorical.org/resiliencyfund. The announcement was made at a community gathering at the Historical Society on Friday, October 2, 2020.

Efforts to form a long-term fund began before the ash from the fire had settled, and became a reality when local families rallied the support and trust of the community to galvanize a collaborative local response to the Creek Fire. The Historical Society and other community members who know the region’s unique history seek to rekindle a sense of hope for the future by stewarding financial resources to rebuild a thriving

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