North Valley Community Foundation
The North Valley Community Foundation created the Camp Fire Evacuation Relief Fund to support the needs of the evacuation centers to help the people displaced by the fires. The Fund will help address their immediate funding priorities, such as portable toilets, portable showers, blankets, energy and water costs. The Fund will also transition to support long-term recovery efforts.
American National Red Cross
The American National Red Cross is supporting evacuees in emergency shelters in Northern and Southern California by providing food, water and equipment to support recovery from the wildfires. In addition, Red Cross is providing reunification services for the thousands of people impacted by the wildfires.
Direct Relief is a medical relief organization, active in all 50 states and 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergency situations. Currently, Direct Relief is deploying emergency resources throughout California by delivering N-96 respirators, oxygen concentrators, and critically needed medicine. Direct Relief works with state, county and local health officials to coordinate medical needs that may arise as more people evacuate or return to their homes.
California Community Foundation
The California Community Foundation created the California Wildfire Relief Fund to support intermediate and long-term recovery efforts for major California wildfires, as well as preparedness efforts.
California Fire Foundation
The California Fire Foundation provides emotional and financial assistance to families of fallen fire fighters, fire fighters and the communities they protect. Created in 1987 by California Professional Fire Fighters, the California Fire Foundation's supports various survivor and victim assistance projects and community initiatives.
World Central Kitchen, Inc.
World Central Kitchen is supporting the communities affected by the Northern California wildfires by preparing a delicious Thanksgiving meal on Thursday November 22nd in Chico, CA. WCK believes food has the power to bring communities together, especially in times of great need. WCK will provide 15,000 meals with chefs José Andrés, Guy Fieri, Tyler Florence, and the Town of Paradise to serve Thanksgiving dinner from multiple locations, as well as deliver meals to evacuees living in shelters and informal camps.