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AARP Foundation Fire Relief Fund

Butte County Fire Relief Donations & Volunteer Information

Butte County Disaster Recovery Center
Former Sears Store, Chico Mall
1982 East 20th Street, Chico, Ca 95828
Hours of Operation: Open 9:00 am – 7:00 pm, Daily
List of Agencies/Organizations at the Chico DRC

Register for Disaster Assistance

 

State of California Information

State of California website

CalFire

CalFire Incident Reporting

Get CalFire Natural Resources Information

 

Sonoma County

My Sonoma Strong website

Sonoma County Recovers website

County of Sonoma website

City of Santa Rosa Website

Santa Rosa Fire
Info Line (707) 543-4511
For TDD, call (707) 543-4536; or you may use the 711 Relay Service

Other Informational Websites and Resources.

 
 
 
Butte County
 
Text BUTTEFIRE to 91999 to contribute 

 

Woolsey Fire (Southern California)

United Way of Greater Los Angeles

Baby2Baby is working to get 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.

California Volunteers, a state office that manages volunteer programs in California, has created a list of services and donation options to help victims affected by the Camp, Woolsey, and Hill fires. Use this list to find information about making donations and volunteering.

 
School Operations

Sonoma County Office of Education (SCOE)

Napa County Office of Education (NapaCOE)

Mendocino County Office of Education (MCOE)

Butte County Office of Education (BCOE)

Other

Wildfire Assistance - Office of Senator Dianne Feinstein

Sacramento-based nonprofit RedRover Resource Page

 

American Red Cross

Butte County/Gold Country Chapter

Northern California/Coastal Chapter

Text CAWILDFIRESat 90999 to make an automatic contribution of $10

 

NorCal News

  • Kids writing
    September 14, 2019

    Educators Use Poetry to Help Kids Talk About Trauma

    Kids at Schaefer Elementary write their poems. Credit: Margo Perin.The timeline for recovery after a disaster is different for everyone. Educators in Santa Rosa are noticing that many elementary students are just now beginning to process their trauma from the 2017 wildfires. KRCB’s Adia White tells…
  • Hopkins
    September 09, 2019

    Sonoma County Leaders Discuss Sexism in Politics During Panel

    Supervisor Lynda Hopkins is tired of being asked: “how can you do your job with kids.” She talked about why this question is problematic during a panel discussion about women in leadership at the Paradise Ridge Winery at the end of August. The panel was hosted by the non-profit California Human…
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    September 06, 2019

    Study Shows Climate Change Could Threaten Oyster Habitat

    Research from the University of California at Davis published last month shows that climate change could dramatically shrink oyster habitat. KRCB’s Adia White visited Hog Island Oyster Company on Tomales Bay to find out how this will affect local businesses. (Sorting oysters at ahead of the…
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    Sep 03, 2019

    Housing Insecurity Is Taking a Toll on Youth’s Health

    Miranda Hernandez and her mom, Adelina, stand inside their new home. Credit: Adia White Standing in the Fountaingrove neighborhood, you can see the…
  • Cannabis grow
    Aug 29, 2019

    Three Years In, Legal Cannabis Still Causing Fights

    California voters approved the adult use of cannabis in 2016. But pot remains subject to a crazy quilt of local ordinances and rules. Supervisor…
  • Pepperwood preserve
    Aug 29, 2019

    Controlled Burns Could Help Prevent California's Megafires

    Over the past two years, California has been devastated by the worst wildfires in its history. As those fires continue to grow in frequency and…
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    Aug 27, 2019

    Rainer Navarro Becomes New Police Chief of Santa Rosa

    On August 1st, Captain Rainer Navarro started his new role as chief of the Santa Rosa Police Department. Navarro replaced former Chief Robert…
  • Math Ed small
    Aug 26, 2019

    Changes in Math Education Cause Anxiety Among Parents

    It’s August and kids in Sonoma County are back in school. But, as students seek help with their math homework, parents are often stumped. Math in the…
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    Aug 23, 2019

    October 2017 Wildfires Are Affecting Crucial Health Programs

    Image: Ashley Vejar and son Angel. Photo courtesy of the subject “It just chokes me up every single time,” says Kemberly Mahiri, the supervisor for…
  • Detention Center protest
    Aug 21, 2019

    Protesters Urge Sonoma County to Divest from Private Prisons

    On July 23rd, protestors gathered to call on the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors. Their demand? Begin a process that could lead the county to…
  • Martin Zuniga Mural
    Aug 20, 2019

    Roseland Mural Welcomed into the Community

    Martín Zúñiga created a vibrant mural this summer with about a dozen young women from the Santa Rosa community. It's at Roseland Elementary: A…
  • Mochila 2
    Aug 19, 2019

    Annual Mochilada Backpack Giveaway Kicks off the School Year

    Mochila is a Spanish word for backpack – and in Santa Rosa, the annual Mochilada is a giveaway of packs full of school supplies for kids as they…
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    Aug 16, 2019

    Portraits of Unhoused Neighbors Emphasize Humanity

    The Second Annual Festival of Belonging returns to Santa Rosa on September 13th and 14th. With artful image and thought-provoking conversation, this…

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