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North Bay Wilfires/How you can help!

North Bay Wilfires/How you can help!

Help is needed for the people affected by the North Bay Firestorm. Click thru for all the info on how you can help. There seems to be so much going on in the world right now when it comes to tragedies. Any help is much appreciated. There is so much devastation, lives lost, homes lost and jobs lost as many businesses succumbed to the flames as well.


The North Bay firestorm has left thousands of people without a home.

Over 70,000 acres are torched and 2,000 buildings destroyed across multiple counties.

In the midst of such devastation, those more fortunate may be wondering how they can help.

20,000 people have been evacuated from their homes and are at shelters. Here’s how:

Volunteers at the shelters say they are in need of supplies.

Here’s a list of supplies that shelters need:

  • Sleeping supplies: Cots, sleeping bags, sleeping mats, easily inflatable mattresses, pillow, and blankets are needed at both Adele, SVHS, and Altimira
  • Supplies: Air fans, chairs, water, toiletries, towels, pet food, and face masks. Drop off at Adele, SVHS, Altimira and Vet’s Building
  • Adult Diapers: Adult diapers in size Large and some size Small for Adele. There are medically fragile SDC patients there.
  • Toys and Games: Fun things for kids to play with are needed at all sites.
  • Pet Support: Pets Lifeline is evacuating the shelter to Marin Humane and need help loading animals into transport vehicles and possibly transporting over to Marin. If you’re in our area out on 8th St. and can get to them, call (707) 996-457
  • Volunteering – help needed at the SR vets hall, contact Lee: 707-494-4493

Here’s how:

  • Donate resources to evacuation shelters – A list of these shelters can be found here
  • GoFundMe – Several accounts have already been created to help victims and community & county efforts here
  • American Red Cross, here
  • The Salvation Army, here

The Solano Napa Firefighters Foundation are also collecting donations for those who have been affected by the fire. Donate here 


This article came from KRON San Francisco.

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