You can help by giving online here, calling 1-800-RED CROSS or by texting the word RED CROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
Google and the Center for Disaster Philanthropy have partnered to help fire relief efforts.
You can donate on Google here and the funds will go directly to the CDP.
How do I donate to California Fire Victims?
The American Red Cross is taking donations to help fire victims by selecting “California Wildfires” for your donations here. You can also text the word CAWILDFIRES to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
How can we help wildfire victims?
5 Ways You Can Help California’s Wildfire Victims
- DONATE MONEY. Making a financial contribution to a nonprofit that’s helping wildfire victims is usually the best way of ensuring your donation will be utilized, according to the Center for International Disaster Information.
- DONATE FOOD.
- OPEN UP YOUR HOME.
- FOSTER OR ADOPT A PET.
- VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME AND EXPERTISE.
Where can I donate wildfires in California?
You can visit RedCross.org, or text REDCROSS to 90999 to make an automatic $10 donation.” Direct Relief “is providing N-95 masks, medicine, and other resources to healthcare agencies and first responders in wildfire-affected communities across California.”
Does insurance cover California wildfires?
Typically, a standard homeowners insurance policy will include coverage in the event of a fire. “As long as you’ve been paying your premiums, the standard homeowner’s insurance policy covers fire damage to your home, structures on your property, and most of your belongings,” reported Darla Mercado of CNBC.
How do I donate to fire relief?
To donate by phone or to get assistance with your donation, please contact us at 1-800-HELP NOW (1-800-435-7669).
Donate now to help:
- Provide food, comfort and aid to those who have lost their home to fire.
- Install free smoke alarms in high-risk neighborhoods nationwide.
- Educate families on fire safety.
How can I donate furniture?
Need someone to pick up your furniture in a hurry? Call your local Habitat for Humanity Restore. This nonprofit organization is many people’s first choice for donating large pieces of furniture, such as gently-used couches, dining tables, consoles, desks, chairs and beds.
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