Emergency officials in Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo that includes Fort McMurray, Alberta, are tweeting the latest information and alerts about the devastating wildfire that has destroyed property and displaced tens of thousands of people.
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Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Phone: If it's not an emergency, call 780-743-7000. If it's an emergency, call 9-1-1.
Province of Alberta
Download the Alberta Emergency Alerts app to your smartphone: http://www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca/content/about/signup.html
Facebook has launched a safety check so residents can let their friends and family know that they're OK.
Facebook users have also launched an open source help page, where evacuees can get more information on the fire and find lodging that's being offered by unaffected Alberta residents.
Residents are also offering supplies and accommodations on Twitter under the hashtag #ymmhelps.
Airbnb has activated its Disaster Response Tool for those looking for a place to stay, free of charge until May 21.
The Red Cross is accepting donations on its website or by phoning 1-800-418-1111. A $5 donation can also be made by texting REDCROSS to 30333. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the government of Canada will match all donations to the Red Cross to assist people displaced by the wildfires in Fort McMurray, Alta.
The Salvation Army is also accepting donations on its website. They will also be providing food, clothing and shelter.
The Samaritan's Purse is accepting donations through its website and will be sending a team to Fort McMurray to provide physical and emotional support once the evacuation order has been lifted.
The Wood Buffalo Food Bank, which serves Fort McMurray, is accepting donations through PayPal to provide for evacuees.
The Edmonton Humane Society has set up a fund to assist animals separated from their owners during the fires.
The Fort McMurray SPCA is working with local authorities to reunite residents with pets they were forced to leave behind and are accepting donations.