BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The North Valley Community Foundation released its 6-month report, which details what the foundation has done with the millions donated to the Camp Fire Relief Fund.
The fund was established the day the Camp Fire started.
In the first six months, nearly $56 million was donated, including money raised by the Butte Strong Fund, the Aaron Rodgers Nor Cal Recovery Fund, and other funds created by different people and groups.
So far, the non-profit has distributed nearly $16 million in grants.
See a full breakdown of the donations and grants from the fund.
Read the full report by CLICKING HERE.
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