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!!Regarding Northern alberta WildFires!!

**IMPORTANT** - IF YOU ARE AN EVACUEE OR LOOKING TO DONATE, The Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) has provided the EERSS with a link to their website. The site provides specific info & resources for all evacuees affected by the Wildfires, along with info for those looking to help via donations/volunteering/etc. https://www.alberta.ca/emergency.aspx

Update 6/3/2019:

The Edmonton Emergency Relief Services Society would like to thank all the individuals that have donated and volunteered this weekend.  Your generous support has helped out over 800 fellow Albertans affected by this year’s Wildfire in Northern Alberta.

As the situation with the Wildfires in Northern Alberta is constantly evolving, EERSS is currently on stand-by to provide additional services to evacuee.

If you are looking for additional services, we ask that you please contact the Alberta Emergency Management Association.  You can contact them at https://www.alberta.ca/emergency.aspx

Again, thank you everyone for your continuous support and generous contributions.

Who we are

 

The Edmonton Emergency Relief Services Society (EERSS) is a small group of people dedicated to serving victims of fire and disaster by helping them with the basic supplies, such as household necessities, and furniture. All services are provided at no cost to the people in need. EERSS

We also operate an Ultra low cost thrift store that is geared towards low income families and individuals. Learn more here: Peacock Boutique

 

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Helping our community

since 1986

David Shepherd, MLA for Edmonton-Centre, talks about the great work being done by the Edmonton Emergency Relief Services Society in the Alberta Legislature on May 11,2016.