KTVA Feature Story Highlights McKinley Fire Efforts

Crews from Mennonite Disaster Services, and the McKinley Fire Longterm Recovery Group (convened and coordinated by UWMS) are still hard at work assisting survivors of the McKinley Fire in rebuilding. Work crews will remain in Alaska through the summer and into fall to ensure that homes are completed.

The MFLTRG Donations Warehouse is accepting items to help complete homes. At this time, building materials are most needed. A current list of needs includes:

  1. Pre-hung exterior doors for 6 inch walls
  2. Windows, various sizes (for 6-inch walls)
  3. 2 inch by 12 inch lumber for floor joists
  4. 2 inch by 6 inch lumber, minimum 8 feet and up in length
  5. 1 inch by 4 inch lumber, minimum 8 feet and up in length
  6. Plywood OSB  (minimum ½ inch)
  7. T & G sheeting, ¾ inch for flooring and roof
  8. T-111 siding
  9. Ice and water shield rolls
  10. R19 insulation
  11. R30 insulation
  12. Pre-hung interior doors
  13. Electrical wire 12-2 w/ ground
  14. Electrical receptacle boxes,  single and double sizes

Call 203-1890 with questions or to inquire whether your items are needed.

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