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Stories shared in response to the October 1, 2015
tragedy at Umpqua Community College

Stories told in response to the October 1, 2015
tragedy at Umpqua Community College

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Acts of Kindness

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AbacelaUmpStong
Abacela Winery raised over $18,000 with special Umpqua Strong table wine
BrandonSmith
Brandon Smith worked 14-hour days, hand pressed over 7,500 “I Am UCC” shirts
DutchBrothersRoseburg
Dutch Bros gave out free coffee for 3 days following tragedy
High Priestess 2
High Priestess Tatoo designed memorial tattoos and raised over $3,000 in donations
MikeSmith1
Mike Smith at The Steel Outlet help create Oregon signs to raise over $134,000
Oakland HS
Oakland and Sutherlin High School students host fishing derby for Anspach family
Oregon Signs 2
Welder Justin Troxel creates Oregon Heart Signs that raise over $134,000
O'Tooles 2
Casey and Jennifer O’Toole raise $10,000 at O’Tooles Pub gatherings
Tapestry Chere
Tapestry Tattoo created special artwork and donated funds to victim families
Serigraphic 2
Serigraphics donates over 7000 “I Am UCC” t-shirts to community
Sweet Touch 3
Erin Campbell and Nichole Shultz raised $875 with Oregon Heart cookies
Tony D'Agnese1
For weeks Tony D’Agnese spent his lunch hour playing for students at UCC
Umpquastrongale
Roseburg brewers donate time and supplies for special Umpqua Strong Ale
CherishJackson
Cherish Jackson and UCC students raise money for Sunshine Park Memorial
Umpquastoryvolunteers1
Local volunteers train in compassionate listening to collect stories from community
JackHolland
Jack Holland and Absolute Sound employees donated time and resources to Stewart Park vigil
Therapy Dogs
Therapy dogs brought to campus by volunteers.

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This project is conducted by The Hearth
and supported by The Ford Family Foundation
and the Douglas County Museum.

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