How To Help Victims of The California Wildfires….

 

 

Many people have contacted us asking how they can help the victims of the devastating Calif Wildfires.  Below are links where your donations will be most helpful.

 

Locally:

MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT

From the Students at Gold Rush Charter School

This Friday From 9:00 am until 7:00 pm we will have a truck set up at the Mother Lode Fairgrounds to collect pet products for the victims of the Camp Fire in Northern California.

We will accept the following:

Pets: grass hay, hog feed, goat feed, canned dog food with pop top lid, cat food, chicken feed, 5glon buckets with lids, feed pans

Gift cards, gas cards and donations accepted.

Call for more information 588-3848
Delivery will be this Saturday

* Angels Camp Veterinary Hospital and Mother Lode Veterinary Hospital are organizing a drive for those who have lost their homes or are displaced due to the Camp Fire in Butte County. Please drop off any non-perishable food items (no glass please), animal food for any species, hygiene supplies, water, blankets, pillows, clothing,toilet paper, batteries, flash lights, pet bowls, pet crates, first aid supplies, kitty litter, paper plates and bowls, gift cards, scrub tops and bottoms or an other product you see fit to either location for a delivery we will be making on November 17.

 

 

 

  •  People interested in volunteering or donating as-needed may sign up with the Red Cross. The Red Cross has a volunteer page here.
  • The Ca Fire Foundation  
  • The United Way has a Camp Fire page where you can donate. You can also text “BUTTEFIRE” to 91999 to make a pledge.
  • Facebook has launched a “Crisis Center,” where users can donate to a number of fundraisers and offer direct help to survivors.
  • The Salvation Army also has a donations page.
  • GoFundMe has gathered several verified fundraising campaigns benefiting particular families or going into a broad fund.
  •  You Can Text 90999 to Help Donate $10.00 to The American Red Cross
  • Do not call emergency services unless you see active, unattended flames or a life-threatening situation. Emergency services around the state are overwhelmed right now, and do not need more calls unless you have an immediate emergency.
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