BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The North Valley Community Foundation announced that it committed another $1 million for cash assistance to Camp Fire survivors.
$500,000 will be used to help keep tree removals on track, another grant will help restore ambulance service to Paradise.
More money will go to fund two recovery centers in Magalia.
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That brings to $21 million of the amount granted so far to the community recovery, via the Butte Strong fund, Camp Fire Relief Fund, and other donor-designated funds.
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