Grange Co-op Contributes $1,000 to Southern Oregon Emergency Aid

With ongoing fires in Southern Oregon, Grange Co-op has teamed up with a local non-profit agency, Southern Oregon Emergency Aid, Grange Co-op will be collecting funds through point-of-sale at all Oregon locations. Grange Co-op will match up to $1,000 to help support the efforts of volunteers in the organization.

Check out the Grange Co-Op Website, stop by and donate today!

Southern Oregon Emergency Aid is a local non-profit that supports five different counties during times of need, such as wildfires and other natural disasters. SOEA helps to protect animals and livestock on properties effected by wildfires by helping re-locate, feed and support the animals while they are displaced.

Grange Co-op is also a location to collect products/items on behalf of Southern Oregon Emergency Aid requests via their Facebook page. ( )

“Grange Co-op recognizes the importance of working together and supporting the community, it’s the collaborative effort of amazing volunteers with Southern Oregon Emergency Aid that help support the community in tragic events such as the Milepost 97 fire, ” said Jason Wall, Marketing Manager. “We understand we are stronger together and we can help make an impact with the efforts of our amazing customers, community volunteers, and our company.”

Jason Wall, Marketing Manager

Collectively in 2018 Grange Co-op helped raise nearly $24,000 to support the Camp Fire. We thank our customers for their ongoing support and look forward to seeing what we can accomplish together.

If you wish to make a donation please stop in or call the Grange CO-OP

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