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DONATE: Camp Fire Relief

Various organizations are teaming together to bring support to victims of the Camp Fire. Find out how to donate below.

Posted: Nov 8, 2018 6:25 PM
Updated: Dec 31, 2018 2:20 PM

Monetary Donation Pages

Sierra Nevada Camp Fire Relief Fund - DONATE HERE

Chico State's Wildcats Rise- text WildcatsRise to 71777 or DONATE HERE 

The North Valley Community Foundation Northern California Fire Relief Fund - DONATE HERE 

Butte County Schools Fire Relief Fund - DONATE HERE

United Way NorCal Disaster Relief Fund - text BUTTEFIRE to 91999 or DONATE HERE 

Tri Counties Bank Camp Fire Victim's Fund - DONATE HERE

Golden Valley Bank Comunity Foundation - DONATE HERE 

Enloe Foundation Camp Fire Relief - text "CampFireRelief" to 91999 or DONATE HERE

Butte College Foundation for Camp Fire Relief - DONATE HERE

T-Mobile "Text to Give" - text CAWILDFIRE to 90999 or DONATE HERE ($10 will be donated to American Red Cross and charged to the person's next carrier bill. Message and data rates may apply.) 

North Valley Community Relief Fund- provides assistance to public safety personnel affected by the fire - DONATE HERE

Relief Fund for Chico Police Department Families - DONATE HERE

Volunteer

The Oroville Hope Center is in dire need of volunteers at its distribution center and also donation sorting center in Oroville. For more information, CLICK HERE. To sign up for volunteer shifts, CLICK HERE

Those wishing to volunteer should contact Caring Choices by calling (530) 899-3873 or visiting them at 1398 Ridgewood in Chico.

You can also go to the California Volunteers website for a list of volunteer opportunities.

Fundraisers

Rotary Helping Students Rebound 

The rotary club is raising money to purchase school supplies for students that have been displaced by the Camp Fire. Over $20,000 has been raised so far, with a goal of $60,000. 

To donate, CLICK HERE

Orland High School Athletic Department Fundraiser 

The school is partnering with West Mitsubishi to raffle off a Brand New Eclipse Cross 

Tickets are $20 each and Orland High School will donate 10 percent of profits to the Paradise High School Athletic Department

Tickets can be purchased at Orland High School (101 Shasta St, Orland) or West Mitsubishi (624 6th St, Orland)

Donation Centers

CHICO

Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church - 750 Moss Avenue, Chico
Daily 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Salvation Army, 1100 Marauder StreetChico, CA 95973
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

First Assembly of God
1137 Arbutus Avenue
Chico, CA 95926
Sundays, 12 – 4 p.m.
For information, call 530-345-1377

Salvation Army Distribution Center - 1100 Marauder Street, Chico

10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday

Contact: (530) 776-1009

They are only collecting the following items: Underwear/socks, blankets/pillows, hygiene items, cleaning supplies, diaper/baby wipes, non-perishable foods, frozen turkeys, new toys for Christmas, monetary gifts. Used goods will not be accepted.

Lincoln Center at Chico High School 

Requested items: news and/or gently used items for teens at Paradise High School 

Monday, Nov. 12 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

Meek's Lumber located at 1100 E. 20th Street, Chico

Requested items: water, non-perishable foods, diapers, baby wipes, toys, new socks and blankets. Clothes are not accepted. 

Contact: (540) 720-1776

Pleasant Valley High School School Supply Donation Drive located at 1475 East Ave, Chico

Requested items: School supplies, backpacks, binders, pencils, etc. 

NorCal Unlimited - Chico Mall, 1950 E 20th St, Chico
Accepting any donations, mostly clothing.
They are giving away free clothing to fire victims until 9 p.m. Nov. 10 unless the mall closes early.

Chico Area Babywearing -1145 El Monte Ave. Chico,                                                                                                                                     Accepting donations for small children, especially infant and toddler carriers.                                                                                           They are asking for new children’s face masks, clothing size newborn - 5t, infant/toddler shoes, diapers (sanitized cloth or new disposables), wipes, maternity wear, unopened baby food and formula, and small portable toys

YUBA CITY 

Donation Drive - Butte House Road and Tharp Road, Yuba City

Crossroads Community Church "Clothes Closet" - 445 B St. Yuba City
Office: (530) 751-9168, Nancy: (530) 923-5845

OROVILLE

Hope Center at Municipal Auditorium - 1200 Meyers Street, Oroville
Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

RED BLUFF

Bend/Jelly 4-H club & Divine Plumbing Donation Driver in Grocery Outlet Parking Lot - 338 S Main Street, Red Bluff 

Donations needed: Pet supplies, personal hygiene, canned food, blankets, toys, stuffed animals, facemasks. 

California Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Confirmed Cases: 919276

Reported Deaths: 17529
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Riverside672991305
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The weather over northern California has finally calmed substantially. Although it would be fantastic to have valley rain and mountain snow, we have some exceptional weather ahead for the end of October and beginning of November.
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