A Campaign to Benefit Disaster Preparedness & Response
Help Us Provide Hope by Raising $300,000
When disaster strikes, relief cannot wait.
Families need shelter, food, water, first aid and emotional support. They need the American Red Cross.
On average, every 24 hours the Red Cross responds to a disaster right here in Ventura County, from devastating home fires to wildfires to floods and more. You can help us provide a Shelter of Hope to our neighbors in need.
Join us on Sunday, October 20, 2019, as the Shelter of Hope travels to Thousand Oaks, raising funds and awareness to support local disaster preparedness and response. Visit a simulated shelter. Learn about the programs and services we provide. Meet our volunteers and staff.
The American Red Cross of Ventura County is proud to present Shelter of Hope as part of the 27th Annual Thousand Oaks Rotary Street Fair.
Find us on Moorpark Road between Hillcrest and Wilbur Road between Janss Marketplace and Best Buy.
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Sunday, October 20
The Shelter of Hope stops in Thousand Oaks as we travel throughout Central California, raising funds and awareness to support disaster preparedness and response.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360