Learn about Glide Revitalization and how we came to be.
Glide Revitalization, a 501(c)(3), improves community prosperity through:
*Community Education & Training
*Job Resources & Skill Support
*Preparedness & Response Programs
*Technical Career Programs
*Community Event Space
*Family Walking / Hiking Trails
*Open Gathering Space
*Catholic Charities *PacificCorp
*Douglas Timber Operations *Rotary Club
*Glide Community Center *Rural Fire Departments
*Glide Helping Hands *School District
*Lions Club *UCAN
*Long Term Recovery Group *United Way
*National Parks Service *Western Cascades Recovery Committee
We envision a renewed region with resources for economic vitality and sustainability.
We became Incorporated
February of 2014, we officially filed Articles of Incorporation with the Oregon Secretary of State.
We became a 501C
October of 2017, we officially became a 501C, we are non-profit status.
September 8th, 2020 the Archie Creek Fire started. The fire affected 131,542 Acres of land in the North Umpqua Forest. One life was lost and 146 homes were impacted. The entire Glide community was evacuated.
July of 2021, Glide Revitalization put on a summer bash to give the community a fun summer event as we got close to the one year anniversary of the fire. Many families attended the event. We came together as a community and held each other during this hard time.
Glide Sasquatch Festival
July of 2022, Glide Revitalization put on the first ever Glide Sasquatch Festival to give the community a fun summer event to promote community bonding and economic growth for Glide. Many families attended the event, with cars lined up and down the streets. We came together to celebrate community and that infamous Sasquatch...
We are committing all of our efforts to help the fire survivors return to their pre-fire conditions. Actions are happening on a case by case basis to help each survivor with their needs. We are working hard to help them recover the best that we can while also promoting community and economic growth for Glide.