Camp Fire Evacuation Relief Fund

by North Valley Community Foundation
Camp Fire Evacuation Relief Fund


Our fund is going to support the needs of the evacuation centers who opened their doors to support the people who lost their homes and are fleeing the fire. These centers are very often not prepared to handle the massive influx of people but do it anyway. Our immediate funding priorities are to make sure they have whatever they need to continue providing these vital services. These needs include portable toilets, portable showers, blankets, energy and water costs, and countless other needs. Once

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The devastating Camp Fire has already set multiple state fire records, including tying the worst conflagrations in history.


Our fund is designated to support evacuation centers in the immediate aftermath of the Camp Fire. Once immediate needs are met we will be determining and addressing long-term recovery and rebuilding needs.

Long-Term Impact

We plan to be actively involved in long-term recovery efforts to rebuild the affected area and help with housing needs in the area. Specific plans for long-term recovery will be made once the immediate crisis has passed.



Organization Information

North Valley Community Foundation

Location: Chico, CA - USA
Project Leader:
Logan Todd
Chico, CA United States

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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