ROGUE VALLEY, Ore. — Rogue Food Unites is extending its help to the community, they are extending their help to people and restaurants from the pandemic to wildfire victims in the valley.
The company is partnering with the Red Cross, 20 local restaurants, and other organizations to help donate food to relief centers.
The owner of El Tapatio restaurant, Ramiro Padilla, in Ashland, has been working non-stop cooking meals for fire victims. He said he has cooked up to 300 meals a day to be donated.
Rogue Food Unites is looking for more volunteers and restaurants to partner with and give back to the community.