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09/07

In Support of Those Affected by the Tahoe Wildfires

 

Here at Vuori we live for the outdoors. For those that didn’t know, Vuori means mountain in Finnish. We are devastated by the wildfires in the greater Tahoe area. If you've been fortunate enough to visit Tahoe, you'll know how beautiful it is and the perfect place for all of your favorite outdoor activities, no matter the season. 

Approximately 857 structures and homes have burned down.  216,646 acres of land have been burned. We want to thank all of the first responders who have helped maintain this fire and have put their lives on the line to help others in the community. 

Vuori has donated to the El Dorado Community Foundation to support families impacted by this fire. We have also pledged to send clothes to those in need. 

If you would like to support the families impacted by this fire please go to The El Dorado Community foundation donation page to donate to the Caldor Fire victims.

Together we can help the Tahoe community rise, so it can shine again.

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Image courtesy of Rich Pedroncelli/NPR