How You Can Help Those Affected By The California Wildfires

Our hearts are with all those impacted by Camp Fire in Butte County and Woolsey & Hill Fires in Southern California. Now is the time for our community to come together in support of those who need it. See ways you can support those affected below:

How you can help those impacted by Camp Fire (via KQED):

Here are some organizations that are currently accepting monetary donations:

– North Valley Community Foundation: 530-366-0397

-Butte County Office of Education: 530-532-5720

-Caring Choices: 530-899-3873

-American Red Cross: 1-800-733-27677 or text REDCROSS to 90999

-The Salvation Army: 1-800-725-2769

-United Way of Northern California: To donate, text BUTTEFIRE to 91999

-Go Fund Me: Click here to donate

How you can help those impacted by Woolsey and Hill Fires (via CBS LA):

-Donations to fire victims can be made through the Red Cross, the United Way and the California Fire Foundation, or through Go Fund Me.

-The Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation is seeking donations to pay for food, shelter and medical care for dogs, cats, horses and other displaced animals.

-Those looking for information on family or friends can call the Ventura County Joint Information Hotline at 805-465-6650.

The Airbnb OpenHomes Program is looking for people with available housing to provide shelter for evacuees who have been forced from their homes.

-To support those in Butte County click here

-If you have available housing in Ventura, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Diego counties click here

Be aware of air quality in your community and protect yourself from wildfire smoke:

-How to Protect Yourself From Wildfire Smoke (KQED)

-Bay Area Air Quality Report (via KQED)

-Air Pollution in California: Real-time Air Quality Index Visual Map


Together, we can offer support to those in our community who need it.