Fire Relief Resources
We are here to support our Members and our communities impacted by the wildfires in the following ways:
If you have been impacted, we are here to help. For assistance with emergency loans, extensions, or any other financial needs call us at 800-983-7328 or visit any of our branch locations.
DONATIONS FOR WILDFIRE VICTIMS
To help support wildfire victims, consider donating today. All goods and funds collected will be provided to the Santa Fe Fire Department and Food Depot and distributed directly to those affected.
Donate goods at any of our branch locations. Listed below are the types of goods needed:
- Nonperishable food
- Bottled water
- New and unused blankets, clothing, and hygiene products
- We are accepting monetary donations in-branch.
- Food Depot
- Bar Castaneda - Feed Las Vegas Donations and volunteer sign up
Our Las Vegas branch is fully open as of 10 a.m. on May 3, 2022. Members can also access their accounts through online banking, mobile banking and our call center. State ECU will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as it develops.
- SF Forestry Service
- SF U.S. Forestry Service Facebook
- NM Fire Info
- Evacuation Map
- San Miguel Co Sheriffs Facebook
- Mora Co Sheriffs Facebook
- General Info
- NM Dept of Homeland Security & Emergency Management
- Old Memorial Middle School gym in Las Vegas; call 505-429-0336.
- Glorieta Adventure Camps; contact Josh Nelson at 505-757-6161, ext. 713.
- San Miguel County Public Works in Las Vegas; call 505-652-8728.
- Peñasco High School gym, contact Melissa Sandoval at 575-779-3057.
- Red River Convention Center; call 575-754-1708.
Pet and livestock shelters:
- The Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society is taking in cats displaced by the fire; call 505-983-4309, ext. 1606. The shelter also is offering supplies for displaced pets and requests donations.
- The Santa Fe County Fairgrounds is taking in dogs, cats and chickens; call 505-471-4711.
- The Zamora arena is being used to temporarily house livestock and horses; contact livestock inspector Matthew Romero at 575-643-6805.
- The Pecos arena is sheltering livestock and horses; contact Freddy Lujan at 505-930-3986 or 505-757-3986.
- The Taos County Sheriff's Posse Arena is being used to house livestock and horses; contact livestock inspector Ruben Baca at 575-770-1490.