Support California Fire Fighters Battling Deadly Wildfires

Fighting Fires

There are 14,000 firefighters in California and the majority of them are currently battling the wildfires currently raging in Los Angeles, Ventura and Butte Counties.  The Camp Fire, Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire have taken a devastating toll on the victims and those fighting on the front lines.  

Many of the firefighters who are risking their lives on the front lines fighting the fires have also lost their homes.  Here are the agencies providing additional support to firefighters and first responders:

California Fire Foundation provides emotional and financial assistance to the families of fallen firefighters, firefighters in general and the communities they serve. Donations can be made HERE >>

The mission of the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) is to protect and assist those who put their lives on the line to save others, along with their families, and the communities they serve. You can donate to their Disaster Relief Efforts HERE >>

GoFundMe has provided a list of verified campaigns that are raising funds for firefighters and first responders.  View the list HERE >>

The Entertainment Industry Foundation has a Fire Relief Fund that supports firefighters and first responders who risk their lives to protect the people of California.  Donate HERE >>

Direct Relief provides masks, medicine, and other resources to healthcare agencies and first responders in wildfire-affected communities across California.  Donate HERE >>

The Firefighters Charitable Foundation assists dire and disaster victims while also support volunteer fire departments.  Donate HERE >>

If you live in unaffected communities near fire areas, you can provide a place to stay for an evacuee or a firefighter through Airbnb.  Information HERE >> 

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Help California Wildfire Victims

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California Wildfire Current Information Websites - November 2018

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Help Animals Affected By California Wildfires

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