(San Diego, CA) – The Witch Creek and Harris fires ravaged San Diego County, burning anything in its path. Hundreds of families lost their homes, heirlooms, businesses and all of their possessions in this historic tragedy. Many people came back to rubble where their homes one stood. These people were faced with how to rebuild their lives. Luckily, they didn’t have to do it alone. The community of San Diego rallied together to support their neighbors.
Local Realtors, Steve & Victoria Gore of Keller Williams Realty, did not let this opportunity to serve the community pass them by. Their 15 foot Community Service Moving Truck was seen all over the county for various fire relief purposes. A group from Crosspointe Life Church in La Mesa used the truck to deliver needed supplies to victims of the Harris fire in South County. A military family that lost their home in the fire used the truck to move into military housing. The community of Santaluz rallied together to donate basic necessities to fire victims in Rancho Bernardo using the Gore & Associates truck. All of this was made possible by the generosity of one couple. “We are so thankful to be able to help our community rebuild. We had to evacuate our home during the fires and can’t imagine how it would feel to have lost our home. Our hearts go out to those who are facing so much loss,” said Victoria Gore. “We believe in serving both our clients and the community with excellence,” commented Gore.
The Gore & Associates Community Service truck is available to non-profit organizations at no charge. For more information, contact 858-229-9212.