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North Valley Community Foundation announces Camp Fire relief grants

The North Valley Community Foundation has announced where more grant money will be distributed for Camp Fire relief.

Posted: Feb. 19, 2019 8:04 AM
Updated: Feb. 19, 2019 11:59 AM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The North Valley Community Foundation has announced where more grant money will be distributed for Camp Fire relief.

See below for the distributed funds: 

  • $25,000 will be provided to the Magalia Community Church to offset utility costs and property insurance at their location where they are providing services.

  • $25,000 will be provided to the Throwing Starfish Foundation, which provides direct assistance for Camp Fire families through shelter, food, medical services and transitional housing.

  • $25,000 will go to the Disaster Relief Strike-Force, so it can continue providing shelter, food, transitional housing and other resources for affected families.

  • $25,000 will go to Paradise Intermediate School so students can go on Physical Education trips and attend recreational activities and events.

  • $10,000 will go to the Magalia Beautification Association to reconstruct community gardens, planters and the "Welcome to Magalia" sign.

  • $6,225 will go to Achieve Charter School so they can cover the costs of transportation, event tickets and other expenses for school trips for the rest of the school year.

  • $5,000 will go to the Alalusi Foundation

  • $5,000 will go to the Sacramento Kindness Campaign.

The North Valley Community Foundation says this brings the total amount of Camp Fire Relief Fund grants is now at $2,397,000.

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