Santa Clarita Valley Disaster Coalition Mission Statement

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Santa Clarita Disaster Coalition

The Santa Clarita Valley Disaster Coalition is comprised of a who’s who of Santa Clarita organizations. It is a 501 (c) 3 (under the umbrella of the Santa Clarita Coalition). The coalition includes the City of Santa Clarita, County of Los Angeles, College of the Canyons, Sulphur Springs Elementary School District, Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce, VIA (Valley Industrial Association), Santa Clarita Sheriffs, Los Angeles County Fire Department, Sand Canyon Homeowners Association, Santa Clarita Red Cross, KHTS AM-1220 Radio, Santa Clarita Senior Center (Committee On Aging), Santa Clarita Child & Family Center, Union Bank and Habitat For Humanity.

The coalition’s mission is to provide supplemental humanitarian relief assistance during crisis situations in our community. Our efforts have included assistance during the 2004 Floods in Santa Clarita, Adopting elementary schools in Louisiana in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, assisting Santa Clarita families who lost homes during the October 2008 fires and the Sand Fire (Summer 2016), Tick Fire, and Railroad Fire (2018).

We also assisted victims of the tragedies of the Las Vegas shooting (October 2017) and the Saugus High School shooting (2019). We are also helping assist those affected by the Coronavirus pandemic with Santa Clarita Grocery to provide food for those in need.

Volunteer Opportunities: We’re looking for individuals and organizations who want to help during a local crisis. We have many volunteer opportunities including mentoring, collecting and distributing needed items to victims, and working behind the scenes to assist in getting victims back to leading a normal life.

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Corinne Gomez June 16, 2022 - 7:56 pm

Hello,

I am looking to Volunteer this summer. Please let me know where I can sign up.

Thank you.

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