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How to Help the Victims of the California Wildfires

Updated: Nov 12, 2018

Three major wildfires – Camp, Woolsey, and Hill – have engulfed the state of California. Causing tremendous amounts of damage to properties, the environment, and and uprooted hundreds of thousands of individuals -- nearly a quarter million in Southern California alone.

It's easy to feel helpless during times like these, but fortunately we are all able to lend assistance -- regardless of where we live.


Workers have set up temporary shelters and food sites across the state. Providing both shelter and emotional support for evacuees.

To make a donation: visit or text CAWILDFIRES to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

You can specifically request your donation go towards California relief efforts by writing the specific disaster name in the memo line of a check made out to the organization.

CCF supports immediate recovery efforts for major California wildfires, in addition to long-term preparedness efforts.

Providing high-need items to children affected by the ongoing Camp, Hill, and Woolsey fires in California. Help them supply diapers, wipes, blankets, and other basic baby essentials to families in need by purchasing from their registry.

Support the first responders fighting on the frontlines of the wildfires. They are currently requesting donations to put towards hydration backpacks for the firefighters.

Partnering with United Way of Ventura County to collect donations for its its Disaster Relief Fund.

The entertainment industry foundation is raising money through its Fire Relief Fund.

The Humane Society of Ventura County is accepting animals evacuating from the Hill and Woolsey fires. You can donate directly to the organization or purchase items such as food and toys through their Amazon wish list.

Providing animals shelter from the Woolsey and Hill fires. They're accepting donations through the Noah's Legacy Fund.

The California Fire Foundation is a nonprofit that is distributing emergency funds to fire victims through its SAVE program. That includes firefighters distributing prepaid credit cards to help victims in the immediate aftermath of the fire


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