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Tzu Chi Foundation Offering Cash Aid for those displaced by Camp Fire

Tzu Chi Foundation Offering Cash Aid for those displaced by Camp Fire

Posted: Nov. 25, 2018 6:00 PM
Updated: Nov. 25, 2018 6:00 PM

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cecile a charitable organization is helping camp fire evacuees.. in the form of cash. vo buddhist humanitarian group that gives people some relief by giving them up to 8-hundred dollars... while going through a major disaster. folks in need can fill out an online application or text this number the organization translates to compassion and relief and that's what they hope to provide when so many are in need. sot full when the fire happened the first thing we do is to go the shelter to shelter people out and give out the blankets. and now in the second phase we are trying to distribute cash to the survivors. vo the group also came out to help redding during the carr fire. if you need aid.. go to the fema center at the chico mall or go to
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