Thank you sooo much for the generous help you sent me – losing my house and car in the camp fire was a life altering event – one that is going to take time to get over. The check you gave me helped to provide me with food and some personal items I needed. I have been able to settle into another mobile home park to start my life over again.
God bless your organization and the people that helped me!
Established in 2005, the WMA Foundation is a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, established for the purpose of enriching the quality of life for all persons living in manufactured housing communities in California who are disadvantaged due to income or circumstance. The WMA Foundation will serve its purpose by sponsoring educational seminars, providing financial assistance for the improvement, restoration or replacement of existing manufactured homes, disseminating informational materials, and by providing community outreach services.
Members of the Western Manufactured Housing Communities Association collected and distributed nearly $90,000 to uninsured residents of three manufactured housing communities in Southern California displaced by October ‘07 Southern California Wildfires.
These devastating fires burned approximately 250 mobile homes in the following communities: Valley Oaks Mobile Ranch (Fallbrook), Oak Tree Ranch (Ramona), and Barrett Lake Mobile Home Park (Dulzura).
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