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We are still accepting non-perishable food items that are not expired, gas cards and toiletries at the chamber office 301 W Kincaid St. We will continue to take non perishables, toiletries and other items.

Special thanks to Modern Cleaners, CPI Plumbing & Heating, Skagit Running Company, David Cope, Gene Irwin, our chamber volunteers and everybody else who has donated and helped get the donations to the mudslide victims.

Current List of Needs:

For Volunteers/Rescue Workers

Aloe Vera Gel (not lotion)


Soft Drinks

Camel Pack Backpacks (hydration packs)

Small Chainsaw sharpeners

Rain Pants & Bibs – ALL Sizes

Womens Heavy Duty Boots (size 6-7)

Men’s Heavy Duty Boots All Sizes

Gel Insoles ALL sizes

Mens & Womens ALL sizes-NEW Gaiters

Safety Vests

Tinted Safety Glasses



Polypropylene Long Johns

Adult Backpacks

Radiator Style Electric Heaters

For Victims

Specific Requests on behalf of individual victims (please email ASAP if you can fill)

Legend Series Books

Dragoneye Series Books

Tablet, iphones (new or unlocked and in good working order), laptops

#10 brooms

6-foot ladders

Household tool boxes filled with standard tools

NEW clothing

NEW household items

Furniture - PLEASE email pictures with your contact information and item specifications

Gift Cards – Costco, Fred Meyer, Target, Best Buy, MOR Furniture, Safeway, ACE Hardware, etc.

For The Collection Center (Hub)

Shelving (Free standing pantry/garage, etc. this will be used for households after use at The Hub)

Clothing Racks (Free standing wardrobe or even ladders with galvanized pipe for hanging and re-use when done)

Financial donations:

For the survivors and families impacted please go to and donate to one of the four accounts that have been set up, 100% of the donations will go directly to the victims and their families, you can also donate to the Red cross.

Trip of a Lifetime – 10 days in China

October 13-22, 2014 Starting at only $2,299

Click Here for more info

Notice of Availability of Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

The Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce has been following the jail siting process very closely and has submitted public testimony and letters encouraging the south Mount Vernon location for the jail. The Mount Vernon Planning Commission will be meeting March 18th 6:00pm to discuss the land use issue in front of the city, we are encouraging members and the community to attend this important hearing to be a part of the public hearing process. You can find the recently released Environmental Impact Study showing the impacts of both sites in the link below. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend the planning commission meeting.

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