13 Nov California Wildfire Relief
Fires continue to burn in both Southern and Northern California, leaving thousands of residents displaced and in need of critical resources. The immediate needs of those affected by the wildfires are great, and the recovery process will be long and difficult in communities throughout the state. Listed below are organizations you can support that are providing relief and recovery efforts for the Camp Fire in Butte County and the Woolsey Fire in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.
- The CCF Wildfire Relief Fund supports intermediate and long-term recovery efforts for major California wildfires, as well as preparedness efforts.
- Salvation Army: At both ends of the state, the Salvation Army is providing meals and shelter in local churches, fairgrounds and a community college.
Los Angeles County
- The Red Cross of Los Angeles County provides shelter locations, evacuation updates and safety information to those threatened by the fires.
- The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank connects affected residents with food pantries and emergency supply providers throughout Los Angeles County.
- The Red Cross of Ventura County provides shelter locations, evacuation updates and safety information to those in affected areas. Those wishing to volunteer should visit their Volunteer Connection page.
- The Ventura County Community Disaster Relief Fund, created by the Ventura County Community Foundation, supports organizations providing shelter and long-term housing, legal services, education, healthcare and other immediate and long-term needs of disaster victims.