California wildfire relief
A collection of resources for people looking to support wildfire relief efforts in Northern and Southern California. These links were provided by Creeping Museum community members and the list is by no means intended to be comprehensive. Please exercise due diligence when donating funds. If you have a link to add, please comment below or send an email to hello (at) creepingmuseum.com.
GoFundMe: How to help those impacted by the fires in California
Includes links to resources and verified fundraising campaigns.
California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund
The California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund supports intermediate and long-term recovery efforts for major California wildfires, as well as preparedness efforts.
Grants from the Wildfire Relief Fund have supported those who were displaced or lost housing, belongings and/or employment, or suffered physical or mental health problems; helped to rebuild homes; provided case management services, basic needs assistance, mental health services and financial assistance; upgraded 2-1-1 phone and information system; assisted California wildfire victims with follow-up medical care and supplies; provided respiratory equipment and information to people with lung disease; educated homeowners about green rebuilding; and provided disaster preparedness information.
North Valley Community Foundation
The North Valley Community Foundation Camp Fire Relief Fund will provide financial resources to organizations and agencies responding to those affected by the fires in Northern California.
Camp Fire Relief Fund
Fund to support victims of the Camp Fire.
Pets and wildlife
North Valley Animal Disaster Group
The North Valley Animal Disaster Group (NVADG) works with local emergency agencies and responders to help people and animals in times of crisis. They are all-volunteer and provide education, emergency shelter, and evacuation and rescue to communities affected by the disaster. During the Camp Fire, they have handled over 3,000 calls for service, and currently, have 1,365 animals in their shelters.
LA Animal Services
LA Animal Services has been evacuating LA county pets displaced by the Woolsey Fire and housing them at their shelters. In addition to donations, they need people to adopt or foster animals to create life-saving space in the shelters.
Nature of Wildworks
Rescue for non-releasable wildlife in Topanga Canyon which was evacuated due to the wildfires. Much of their perishable food was lost due to the power being off, so donations will help buy food for the animals.
Help the Rose family post fire
Support for a family who lost two homes in the Paradise fire.
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