SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - Shasta County residents affected by the Carr Fire are receiving another form of financial assistance in wake of the deadly fire.
$30,000 worth of grants are being made to victims of the Carr Fire through First 5 Shasta, an organization that focuses on programs for children.
The organization has created a wildlife recovery grant budget using funds already set aside from tobacco tax funding.
To find out if you qualify, learn the funding guidelines and application deadline information, CLICK HERE.
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