(541) 488-2905

120 West Second Street | Phoenix, OR 97535

JCFC Endorses the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals

This is JCFC

Jackson County Fuel Committee (JCFC) was established in 1978 as a free and voluntary unincorporated private membership association of forestry, timber and mill workers, low-income seasonal workers, students, teachers, clergy, local merchants and other concerned community residents. Our goal was to form an organization to attack the economic root of the problem and government policies that promote profits over people, while immediately providing critically needed resources.

JCFC volunteers distributing publications on a literature table at Ashland's Shop'N Kart

We are dedicated to addressing the disparity between the lack of access to heat for thousands of low-income workers and families and the abundance of heating resources in the area.

Participation in JCFC is open to anyone who desires to see a deprived segment of the population gain access to heating resources, and work succinctly towards those ends. JCFC volunteers give of their time, skills and resources to help fight for improved living conditions in the low-income community. This includes survival needs such as emergency firewood, utility advocacy to prevent shutoffs and weatherization to cut heating costs.

JCFC provides no remuneration to its staff from top to bottom, accepts no government funding or any money with strings attached and exists only through the dedication and generosity of its volunteers and members. Outside its stated goal, no other aim or aspiration is served.

volunteers stacking wood in a truck at JCFC woodlot

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(541) 488-2905

120 West Second Street | Phoenix, OR 97535

Keeping the home fires burning

Call today (541) 488-2905

Keeping the home fires burning