There are more than 1,000 people who have been forced from their homes in Lytton, B.C. after the wildfire destroyed more than 90% of the town. Donations are currently being accepted and makeshift evacuation centers have been established, and now there is also an RV park near Chilliwack that is offering free camping to those impacted by the wildfire.
The people who have had to quickly evacuate from Lytton have been left with nothing. Donations are being accepted for those who have been impacted, including everything from cash and gift certificates, to tablets, phones, baby products, personal hygiene items, and more.
In a post to Facebook the Popkum Motor Park noted that they are opening their doors to those who have been impacted in Lytton. In that post they have said for anyone who might need a place to camp or stay, that they want to be the one to help in that regard and offer free camping at the RV park.
This is an opportunity for those who need help and shelter to be able to find a space for free camping and the Popkum Motor Park only asks for proof of a Lytton address. They’ve got water, space for tents and sleeping, outhouses, all that they ask is those who are in need show up.
For more information on that offer for those in need of a place to stay they are asked to please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 778.255.7433