BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Krispy Kreme and sugar-lovers across Butte County raised $2,000 for Camp Fire relief.
The owners of the Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in Chico gave away free doughnuts and coffee on Thursday while accepting donations for those affected by the Camp Fire.
The manager said that people in Butte County donated over $2,000 for the North Valley Community Foundation.
During the day, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts was crowded with Camp Fire evacuees and those in the community looking to help.
"My husband and I stayed in an Oroville shelter for 14 days," said Maureen Coates, a Camp Fire evacuee who also gave back to other evacuees. "Our house survived the fire so we're very blessed and very grateful to be home."
100 percent of the profits from the donation went toward Camp Fire relief.
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