The Alliance Fire Case Manager program has ended. It was a privilege to serve our community and those directly impacted by the Oak Fire. As you continue along your road to recovery, here are some County and other Agency websites that will be of assistance to you:
ToolBank USA is a non-profit working with Alliance for Community Transformations to provide tools for survivors of the Oak and Agua fires at no cost.
To request tools, you must be an Oak Fire Survivor (your name and information will be cross referenced with our database to verify).
A complete list of tools and replacement cost can be found here: Tool List (PDF – link)
The ToolBank trailer is located at 5007 Fairgrounds Rd, in the Fairgrounds parking lot next to the Amigo Stage.
Tools can be picked up Fridays from 4:00pm to 5:00pm, and returned Mondays from 4:00pm to 5:00pm.
To request tools you will need to complete a form requesting your information, two local references, and information about the project. You will also be required to sign a waiver of liability and credit card authorization. You will need to provide a credit card to have on file, you will not be charged anything unless tools are lost, stolen or damaged. You must provide the card at the time of pickup so that we can verify.
The waiver of liability and credit card authorization forms can be filled out and signed online, you will need to enter your email address and a link to a custom form will be sent to you. If you would prefer to sign these in person, forms will be available when you arrive to pick up the tools.
An itemized list of tools being loaned to you will be provided at pickup.