Oct 1, 2015

From Napa Valley Register: How to help Valley Fire victims

October 01, 2015 3:15 pm  • 

The Napa Valley Community Foundation released a list of organizations that have established special funds to accept donations for the Valley Fire victims. They include:

North Coast Opportunities, Inc. distributed emergency relief aid after the Rocky/Jerusalem Fire in Lake County, and has a process in place — application guidelines, application review and vetting, and distribution of aid — that it is using to help Valley Fire victims.

Details: ncoinc.org/about-us/news/donate-to-the-lake-county-fire-relief-fund, 800-606-5550

Up Valley Family Centers is providing disaster aid to residents of Lake County who work in Napa County, or whose children attend school in Napa County.

Catholic Charities of Santa Rosa (CCSR) has been working in Lake County for many years, primarily providing emergency food distribution through a few churches in the County. CCSR had to suspend its food distribution for the first week after the fire, but is now distributing again, and also is providing food at the Disaster Recovery Center in Middletown.

Details: donatenow.networkforgood.org/CatholicCharitiesSantaRosa/donate, (707) 528-8712


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