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Actor Leonardo DiCaprio Supports Carr Fire Relief Efforts

The California Fire Foundation tweeted on Twitter Tuesday expressing their gratitude of Carr Fire relief support made by celebrity Leonardo DiCaprio.

Posted: Jul 31, 2018 1:50 PM
Updated: Aug 1, 2018 10:21 AM

REDDING, Calif. - The California Fire Foundation tweeted on Twitter Tuesday expressing their gratitude of Carr Fire relief support made by celebrity Leonardo DiCaprio.

The “Revenant” actor tweeted on Tuesday: “Thank you to the firefighters risking their lives to protect people affected by the #CarrFire #FergusonFire #CranstonFire. To donate to the @CAFireFound and help firefighters and fire victims, click here: https://bit.ly/2wZkle1 .”

It is unknown how DiCaprio supported the organization, the California Fire Foundation thanked Dicaprio for the helping hand saying:

“Thank you @LeoDiCaprio for your ongoing support of California's firefighters!”

The Carr Fire as of Tuesday, July 31, 2018, has charred more than 110,000 acres and has destroyed 884 homes in Shasta County.

California Fire Foundation Communications director, Caroll Wills, says Dicaprio has been a long time supporter to the organization. 

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