Camp Fire survivor helping Dixie Fire evacuees

One person is helping Dixie Fire survivors in Paradise as people are dropping off pillows, bedding and more.

Posted: Aug 10, 2021 4:21 PM
Updated: Aug 10, 2021 5:07 PM

PARADISE, Calif. - One Camp Fire survivor is working to help Dixie Fire evacuees in the weeks ahead.

Stephen Murray pushed to get the Disaster Relief Center on the Skyway in Paradise back open for collections.

People are dropping off pillows, bedding, food and even tents and mattresses.

Murray said people did so much to help Camp Fire survivors, the ridge is happy to pay it forward.

“I put my heart and soul into this right now,” Murray said. “I was homeless for a long time, and the process of getting back to your community is huge. I’ve been here 35 years and the rebuilding process is for one your life, two your home.”

Murray and his team will be at the disaster relief center every day until the end of August from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

On Aug. 14, there will be a free concert for Camp Fire survivors at the Paradise Performing Arts Center.

The relief center is located at 9205 Skyway Rd. in Paradise and all the donations will be going to Susanville to the 300 evacuees that are at the Lassen College area.

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