The inferno that has displaced over 90,000 Canadian residents in the past month continues to rage on in regions of Alberta, Canada. The wildfire, referred to by local authorities as “The Beast” has lived up to its nickname as it’s torn through over 2,000 square miles of territory, jumping rivers and and leveling structures in its ferocity.

In the face of such natural disaster and tragedy, local communities have banded together to deliver hope to residents and responders alike with their generous hospitality. Among this group of heroes is Aries parent company RAM Modular, who opened 400 of their local camp rooms to families of evacuees and first responders in their nearby camps in Alberta and Conklin.

Read more about the fire, RAM Modular’s hospitality, and the communal effort to restore hope in Alberta in the full Aries article.