Posts Tagged 2008 Tea Fire

Direct Relief Provides $12,000 in Grants to Tea Fire Victims

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Direct Relief International has approved cash grants totaling $12,000 to residents affected by the devastating November 2008 Tea Fire, which destroyed 210 homes in the foothills of Santa Barbara and Montecito. The grants are being paid with designated contributions Direct Relief received to support Tea Fire victims. Aid recipients were identified through the Tea Fire Long Term Recovery Committee, an […]

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QAD Makes Computer Workstations Available for Tea Fire Residents

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For Santa Barbara and Montecito residents who lost their home offices in the Tea Fire, QAD has made a generous in-kind donation through Direct Relief International of temporary computer workstations at QAD’s headquarters in Summerland. Between 20 and 30 temporary workstations outfitted with Internet-accessible laptop computers will be available to applicants on a first come, first served basis. The work […]

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Direct Relief, Santa Barbara Public Health Plan Second Mask Distribution for Saturday

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Direct Relief International and Santa Barbara County Public Health will be distributing more free masks this Saturday at the Cabrillo Pavilion Arts Center at East Beach in Santa Barbara from 10:30 am to 2 pm. This event follows Friday’s successful distribution of thousands of N-95 particulate respirators to Santa Barbara area residents. The N-95 masks, which are easy to wear, […]

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Direct Relief International, Santa Barbara County Public Health Distributing Free Particulate Masks Today

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Direct Relief International is coordinating with Santa Barbara County Public Health and the Office of Emergency Services to distribute free N-95 particulate respirators at MacKenzie Park today from 11:30 AM to 2 PM. Free masks will be distributed to area residents in the parking lot off Las Positas, near the intersection with State Street. The N-95 masks help protect against inhaling particulate […]

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Direct Relief Provides Emergency Aid in Tea Fire

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Direct Relief has offered emergency assistance to the Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Services in response to the Tea Fire burning in the foothills of Santa Barbara and Montecito. Firefighters and other emergency responders are using N-95 particulate respirators provided by Direct Relief. The masks help protect against fine particulate matter in heavy smoke and ash that can be harmful to breathe. […]

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