MEDFORD, Ore. — CHP is teaming up with community member Elizabeth Orndorff to create care packages for firefighters fighting the Milepost 97 Fire.
Compassion Highway Project is meeting at 1:00 p.m. at the Medford Library to assemble the care packages.
- Marie’s Original Poison Ivy/Oak Soap
- Zanfel Poison Oak Wash
- Medium sized boxes for care packages
- Boxes Of ziplock bags
- Thank you letters from families and children
- non perishable food items
- Hand sanitizer
Items may be dropped off at the Medford Library on Central Ave inside the Large Meeting room just across the hall from the library’s main entrance.
Fire officials have stressed that dropping off care packages directly at a fire camp is not a safe or advisable option for members of the community looking to help, and those donations will not be accepted. CHP and Compassion Highway Project are working in conjuction with Grayback Forestry Inc. to have these care packages delivered in an approved manner.