CA Wildfire Relief

CA Wildfire Relief


Dixie Fire: Pictured Above*

"This is the largest fire burning in California. It began northeast of Chico, was 48% contained by Monday and had been burning for 47 days." - LA Times

Plumas Bank: Donations for residents affected by the fire can be made at any Plumas Bank branch or mailed to PCIRC at PO Box 3005, Quincy, CA 95971.

Give Resources: Give Resources is a nonprofit out of Yuba City collecting donations for Dixie Fire victims. Donations are strategically distributed to those that have lost their homes.

North Valley Community Foundation: The North Valley Community Foundation has a Wildfire Relief and Recovery Fund that raises money for nonprofits giving immediate assistance to anyone impacted by wildfires. The organization also has the Dixie Fire Grant Program, which supports the rebuilding and revitalization of communities.

Almanor Foundation: The Almanor Foundation Wildfire Relief Fund collects donations for immediate and long-term recovery efforts for wildfires burning in Plumas County.

Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center: The Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center has established a Dixie Fire Relief Fund with Amazon Custom Gifts to help those impacted by the blaze. Donations include everyday items like blankets, socks and toilet paper, as well as gift cards for the evacuees.

Caldor Fire:

"The Caldor fire is closing in on South Lake Tahoe, creating unhealthful air and prompting evacuations throughout the area. It began more than two weeks ago and has burned more than 177,000 acres. The fire was 14% contained by Monday." - LA Times

El Dorado Community Foundation: The El Dorado Community Foundation has established the Caldor Fire Fund. Donations made will go entirely to the families impacted by the blaze.

El Dorado County Animal Services: El Dorado County Animal Services has been taking care of evacuated animals. You can support their efforts by donating to their Pet Aid Fund.

Volunteers of America: Volunteers of America is accepting donations for a disaster fund that provides meals, clothing and shelter for veterans and their families, and other evacuees.

River Fire:

The Placer Community Foundation: The Placer Community Foundation has established the River Fire Relief Fund to support the community efforts to help those affected by the River Fire. Click HERE for more information on how you can help and donate.

California Fire Foundation: The Sacramento-based California Fire Foundation helps departments and families of fallen firefighters. It also has a program that helps deliver gift cards to eligible victims of fire or other natural disasters to help pay for necessities. You can donate here.