2024 Texas Panhandle Wildfire Relief Resources

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is working through our Extension county agents and Disaster Assessment & Recovery Unit, DAR, to help the residents of the Texas Panhandle who sustained losses as a result of the wildfires beginning February 26, 2024.

Wildfire Relief for the Texas Panhandle is being coordinated through a combination of local and state resources. Our agency will continue to make regular updates to the list of local agricultural resources and contacts below.

Additionally, our agency is coordinating with county judges and local emergency management officials to vet and designate county-specific resources for monetary donations/gifts.

This information is also available as a PDF download for easy distribution.

For general questions about AGRICULTURE needs and supply deliveries, please call 806.354.5800 from 8:30a-4:30p, Monday thru Friday.

Supplies Needed

Thank you to those who are willing and able to donate the following items:

  • Fence Supplies
Wildfire Relief Flyer

Supply Points for Livestock Feed and Ranch Supplies

East Location

Clyde Carruth Pavilion
301 Bull Barn Drive
Pampa, TX 79065
Contact: Marcus Preuninger
Office: 806.669.8033

North Location

Canadian AH&N Ranch Supply
100 Hackberry Trail
Canadian, TX 79014
Contact: Andy Holloway
Office: 806.323.9114

West Location

Hutchinson Animal Supply Point
407 Industrial Blvd
Borger, TX 79007
Contact: Hanna Conner
Office: 806.878.4026

(Please call for supply point hours of operation prior to delivering supplies)

Wildfire Relief Donation Assistance

Gray County

Venmo payments may be made to


Or by searching on Venmo: GCBC Special Account Wildfire

Hutchinson County

Hutchinson Relief Fund:
Hutchinson County
United Way fund at the Amarillo National Bank



Potter County

Checks made payable to:
Potter Ag.

Can be mailed or delivered to:
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
Attn: Potter Ag.
3301 SE 10th Building 1
Amarillo, Texas 79104

Carson County

Monetary donations to Carson County Relief Fund at any Happy State Bank Branch location.

Or mail to:
Happy State Bank, Panhandle Branch
PO Box 990
Panhandle, TX 79068

Hemphill County

To support ranchers in Hemphill County and surrounding areas, you can mail donations to:
Canadian Volunteer Fire Department
PO Box 300
Canadian, Texas 79014

Reference the check to state “Rancher Wildfire Relief Fund

For people who lost their home: fbccanadian.org/firehelp

Roberts County

Donations to help the people of Roberts County recover from the Smokehouse Creek Fire can be delivered to any BOC Bank location (Miami, Shamrock, McLean or Amarillo) or mailed to:

BOC Bank
P.O. Box 8
Miami, Texas 79059

VENMO: @RobertsCoFireRelief | Donors who wish to specifically help farmers and ranchers restore their agricultural operations should make checks payable to: Unmet Needs Agriculture.

All other donations should be made payable to: Unmet Needs General

Through a partnership with the Miami Ministerial Alliance, a 501(c)3, all donations are tax-deductible.

TDA Star Fund

Administered by the Texas Department of Agriculture, the STAR Fund (State of Texas Agriculture Relief Fund) was created solely with monetary donations from private individuals and entities to fund disaster recovery efforts. STAR Fund money may be used to assist farmers, ranchers and agribusiness owners in rebuilding fences, restoring operations and paying for other agricultural disaster relief.

Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Disaster Relief Fund

TSCRA’s Disaster Relief Fund provides financial assistance to ranchers in Texas and Oklahoma who are victims of a natural disaster and consequentially are financially needy or otherwise distressed. Assistance funds are designated for damage that occurred in disaster counties as declared by Texas. Producers must submit applications within 60 days of when the damage took place.

Texas Farm Bureau Texas Panhandle Wildfire Relief Fund

In an effort to help farmers and ranchers who have been affected by the fires, Texas Farm Bureau established the Texas Panhandle Wildfire Relief Fund. 100% of all donations received go directly to farmers and ranchers impacted by the fires. This program will collect and distribute monetary contributions only.

About DAR

The Disaster Assessment and Recovery, DAR, unit in AgriLife Extension is a collaborative educational network dedicated to educating citizens about disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. DAR is a part of the Texas A&M System Keeping Texas Prepared initiative and is affiliated with National Extension Disaster Education Network.