Our Mission

Firebrand Resiliency Collective supports community solutions for long-term recovery, resilience, and preparedness in the face of natural disasters.

Our Programs

Recovery Dashboard

Who is rebuilding? Who is already back home? What are the plans for the businesses affected by the fire, and when can we expect the affordable housing to land? Firebrand Resiliency Collective has launched the Almeda Fire Loss & Recovery Dashboard to help answer these very questions. The Dashboard is a visual, map-based portal of information that provides an intuitive way to understand recovery on a neighborhood and community level.  Explore our community’s recovery today.

Zone Captains

The Almeda Fire Zones Captains program empowers and employs fire-affected residents to make their communities’ needs known, share resources, and advocate for their community as key stakeholders with decision makers. Since launching the program last year with our partners, Zone Captains have become an integral part of our Valley’s recovery: speeding up the rebuild while reducing costs, creating equity, and integrating mental health services in support of community resilience. We accomplished so much in 2021, and the work will continue. Visit the program website here and connect with your community today!

Support Our Mission​

Achieving our mission would not be possible without the continued support of our local community, dedicated foundations, private donors, government agencies, and the countless others who continue to reinforce our approach to community resilience. Together, we can overcome the many obstacles of wildfire recovery on the path to restoration. Please, consider supporting our work today.​

Firebranding: In the News

News Flash!

We interrupt your scroll with some EXCITING news! Firebrand Resiliency Collective is opening a Community Resource Center! This space will be open to the fire-impacted community

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Join a Well-being Session!

YOU MATTER. Our FREE Well-Being Groups support the social and emotional needs of fire survivors by reducing isolation post trauma. Facilitated by a mental health clinician, these are

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Let Your Voice Be Heard!

The historic 2020 fires were the most destructive natural disaster in Oregon’s history & impacted survivors & communities are still recovering. To address some of the

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