For temporary housing, please reach out to the Chilliwack Emergency Housing Hotline: 604-392-1183 For long-term housing needs, please contact Emergency Support Services at Evergreen Hall, or 1-800-585-9559.
If volunteering space in your home to house displaced people temporarily, please email email@example.com with your contact information and info on the space you have available.
Anyone looking to volunteer please contact Volunteer Fraser Valley via their website or Cari Moore at 604-819-1817
The City Life Church is looking for volunteers for this week’s meal services for those who are still displaced from their homes. Volunteers are needed to help peel vegetables, clear tables, cook, clean, etc. If you are able to volunteer please call City Life Church at 604-792-0694 to sign up. They are located at 46641 Chilliwack Central Road.
You can also visit the “How Can You Help Page” on the City of Chilliwack Website for more volunteer opportunities.
While staff and volunteers appreciate the many offers of donations for the reception centre, the centre is at capacity for supplies and cannot accept any further donations. Please do not bring donations to the Landing Sports Centre at this time.
Please contact the Chilliwack Salvation Army to see if they are in need of any tangible donations or the Red Cross for monetary donations.
The SPCA will be assisting with animal-related aid. For emergency boarding please call 1-855-622-7722.
The SPCA will have supplies for pets coming to the branch at 6797 Hopedale Road between 10 am and 4 pm.
If you find a stray dog please contact the FVRD care center at 1-844-495-CARE *please note that their response times may be delayed due to strained resources. If you’re able: please keep the dog contained and safe, and post to social media groups to help reunite until AC is able to attend.
United Way is launching the United for BC Flood Response Fund to help provide immediate and long-term assistance through non-profit agencies. Aiming to assist with relief efforts, long-term recovery, resiliency, and preparedness for future events in British Columbia and impacted regions, including consequential events related to the floods. These funds will go towards addressing important needs like housing, food assistance, trauma and mental health support.
Agencies are now able to register to apply for funding support at United Way British Columbia.