Wildfire Relief Program

With wildfires raging through Oregon, many PCFCU members have been affected. To help, we have a few relief options available to our members.

Emergency Skip-a-Payments: During this time we are considering all PCFCU loans for emergency skip payments. We’re also waiving the normal $35 skip fee. Submit our regular Skip form or contact us at 541-343-6238 | 800-477-3328.

Wildfire Relief Loans:  We are offering wildfire relief loans up to $2,500 for wildfire related financial hardships to our existing members. These loans have:

  • a zero percent interest rate (0% APR);
  • a maximum term of 24 months; and
  • up to 90 days to make your first loan payment.   

These loan funds can be used for purposes related to this wildfire hardship. For example, rent and/or deposits to obtain housing, hotel costs, car rental, clothing, etc. Call us at 541-343-6238 | 800-477-3328 to apply or apply online

Other Options: We will review each member’s circumstances individually to see where we can suggest other options as well. Members may take advantage of all options or a single option determined by their individual circumstances. But, we can’t help if you don’t contact us.


From the latest conversations of how our business communities can support wildfire response efforts. 

Below are some ideas and resources for opportunities to help. There has been incredible support already shared, and generous commitment to help respond, recover and rebuild in the weeks and years to come. But it will take the whole community to put us back to some form of normalcy. 
1. Give Money
2. Give Time
3. Give & Get Statewide Resources 
4. Other Local Resources
  • Holiday Farm Fire Information from Lane County
  • Coordinate offers of resources with Lane County directly by contacting: eoc-logistics@lanecounty-eoc.net (please put “Donation” in the subject line of the email) or call (541) 682-1283
  • Oregon Food and Beverage Wildfire Recovery Coordination. Micah Elconin is coordinating with local partners on Lane County-specific needs/offers.
  • Lane County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) Recovers portal to connect needs with offers [Note: this site is currently not staffed – it is owned by the larger community of contributors.]
  • Find a blood drive through Bloodworks NW
  • To set up a new blood drive, please contact ann.geyer@redcross.org to be connected to the Red Cross blood services coordinator
  • Consolidated list of Holiday Farm Fire updates and resources – including counseling, animals, shelters, and other ways to give and get help at White Bird
Thank you for considering to help, from the:
 
McKenzie River Trust
United Way of Lane County
Springfield Chamber of Commerce
Eugene Chamber of Commerce
Red Cross

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