Photo by Carlos Ramirez via Kathy Michael
Story by Sierra Business Council <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Wednesday, July 29th, a fire raged through Quincy, burning several structures including several homes, the brewing operations for Quintopia Brewing Company, the costume and prop building for our local community theatre and children's drama program, and the building for Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center (PCIRC).
Sadly, PCIRC's home office, their entire supply for the local food bank, and their supply of PPE slated for distribution in the county were all lost in the fire.
Our hearts go out to our friends and partners at PCIRC and everyone impacted by this tragedy in Quincy. Throughout the Sierra there are countless examples of tenacity, grit, and community in the face of adversity through fire, but that doesn't make it any less devastating when it happens.
Please join us in supporting the PCIRC's recovery efforts. To donate to the PCIRC and other impacted organizations, please follow the links below.
Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center
PCIRC provides direct services to many vulnerable people throughout Plumas County, who need their support now more than ever. Despite losing their own home just yesterday, PCIRC is already open remotely. If you're in need of emergency services, please contact Cathy at email@example.com or (530) 591-5697.
If you're able to help, the most immediate need is financial. Here's how to donate:
- Preferred: Send checks to PCIRC c/o Ohana House, PO Box 3005, Quincy, CA 95971
- Preferred: Donate at Plumas Bank or U.S. Bank
- Donate through PayPal on PCIRC's website: pcirc1.org/donate
Quintopia Brewing Company Mutual Aid
Contribute to Quintopia Mutual Aid: gf.me/u/yjftfn
West End Theatre and dramaworks
The West End Theatre and dramaworks support community theatre and offer youth empowerment programs through drama. They lost their 30-year collection of costumes, sets, and props in the fire.
- Donate to help them rebuild: westendtheatre.us/fire.html