May 4, 2022
Fire support for New Mexicans
Individuals who have sustained losses in the designated counties can begin applying for assistance THURSDAY by registering online at http://DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA(3362) or 1-800-462-7585 (TTY) for the hearing and speech impaired from 7AM to 10PM.
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- Evacuation levels continue to change rapidly. For the latest on evacuations in your area, visit this interactive map: https://nifc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html...
- Ready, Set, Go evacuation status updates: https://nmfireinfo.com/
NM Fire Information book on how to evacuate:
Ready Set Go! Your Personal Wildland Fire Action Guide Learn about safe and timely evacuation during a wildfire, how to prepare for an evacuation, and create your own action plan.
NMHU Resources: https://www.nmhu.edu/hermit/?fbclid=IwAR2jF3OSc2XIj6jjDX40xz4vxwRFv1d9tIP71T4xGib5iu9dQzJH3rU_Pzc
Santa Fe High School Donation Drive Drop Off
Friday, May 6 / 4:30 - 6:30 pm
Donations are to support those affected by the fires in San Miguel & Mora counties.
Most welcome are donations of nonperishables: sports drinks, hot cereal, children’s clothing and toys, diapers, personal hygiene items, and paper products — as well as animal feed, miscellaneous items for animals like troughs, hay, bowls, and crates.
Fire Relief Fund for the Pueblo of Cochiti
Las Vegas, NM
Red Cross at Calvary Chapel: Donations
2310 7th Street
Las Vegas New Mexico Community Foundation: Online Donations for Grants
Village of Pecos: Donations Drop Off
Administration Conference Room
92 South Main Street
Pecos, NM 87552
Pecos Fire Department: Food Donations & Necessities
54 S Main St, Pecos, NM 87552
Penasco High School: is accepting evacuees
Santa Fe, NM
THE ALL TOGETHER NEW MEXICO FUND accepts monetary donations at alltogethernm.org . Grants from the fund will go toward emergency shelter, food and water distribution, and access to medical support. The fund was established by the Governor’s office in conjunction with the New Mexico Coalition of Community Foundations, which includes the Santa Fe Community Foundation.
THE STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION is accepting donations into their “Northern NM Fires” fund. All goods and funds collected will be provided to the Santa Fe Fire Department and Food Depot and distributed directly to those affected. Donate money and these types of goods at branch locations: Nonperishable food, bottled water, new and unused blankets, clothing, and hygiene products.
THE FOOD DEPOT DISASTER RELIEF FUND: Donate money, food, water and hygiene items to provide relief to wildfire impacted communities and emergency responders in Northern New Mexico. Donate to the Food Depot here.SANTA FE COUNTY: is housing 40 dogs and 3 cats affected by the Hermit’s Peak and Calf Canyon fires. They are asking for towels, blankets, dog food, toys, snacks for volunteers, and time donations. There is a 24/7 drop box for donations in the lobby of The Sage Hotel in Santa Fe.
Fire Station 5 (Donations)
1130 Siler Rd, Mon-Fri, 8-5pm
Most welcome are donations of nonperishables — sports drinks, hot cereal, children's clothing and toys, diapers, personal hygiene items, and paper products — as well as animal feed, miscellaneous items for animals like troughs, hay, bowls, and crates.
American Red Cross
HELP New Mexico
NEW MEXICO LIVESTOCK BOARD: Feed Assistance for animals (Hermits Peak / Calf Canyon)
- Contact April Riggs 575-643-6162
- Matthew Romero 575-643-6805
- Joe Mira 505-203-9267