Fire Victims Relief

California is under siege from the lightning fires, leaving many Homeless and vulnerable!

Governor Newsome reported on August 28 that there are more than 14,600 firefighters with 2400 engines battling 730 fires across our State.

Facing Extreme Life Challenges.

Lightning fires have burned over 1.4 million acres, destroying nearly 2100 structures, and taken the lives of 7 people.

To schedule your drop off or to volunteer:                     1. Text or Call (510) 910-2087                                                                   or                                                                                     2. Leave message and contact info at                                                

Let's Help Our Neighbors!

The Fire Victim Relief Project is a coordinated effort of Community Service Clubs, Churches, Banks, and other groups and individuals who’ve come together to do what we can to care for the needs of the folks who lost everything – homes, livestock and pets, vehicles, and all their personal items they had to leave behind in the suddenness of their emergency evacuations.

Call to schedule a Donation.

We have secured a warehouse for collecting donations, and we’re making arrangements to match necessary supplies to the appropriate people and places in the fire areas. Volunteers are needed to help manage the various aspects of this Relief Project.     We need motorhomes and trailers in good condition; water, gatorade, canned and packaged food, personal items, various gift cards from restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations, etc; and we need volunteer sorters, drivers, communications and social media assistance.

Hear a 2018 Paradise fire survivor's story here... so happy to give them a motorhome!

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