TRI COUNTIES BANK 2018 CAMP FIRE FUND
Tri Counties Bank has started the Camp Fire Fund 2018 account with an initial deposit of $25,000 to benefit victims of the fires ravaging our communities in the Paradise, California area. Those who would like to make monetary donations to the Camp Fire Fund 2018 can at any Tri Counties Bank Branch or they can make a donation online by clicking the button below.
All funds collected will be distributed to people in need through local non-profit emergency relief agencies directly serving fire victims with immediate needs. These non-profit organizations have been vetted as trusted and well-managed direct emergency service providers and include:
· United Way of Northern California
· The Salvation Army
· Northern Valley Catholic Social Services
GIFT CARDS FOR #CAMPFIRE
Many people are having a difficult time asking for what they need or finding the things they need and this way they can make some choices and decisions on their own. Your donation will be turned into gift cards to various stores located in Butte County and will be personally delivered to people in need. The types of gift cards will include; gas stations, grocery stores, Walmart, Target, and Home Depot.
NORTH VALLEY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
This fund will provide financial resources to organizations and agencies responding to those affected by the fires in Northern California. 1% of each donation will support the administration and distribution of the fund by NVCF.
FIFTH SUN DONATION-CAMP FIRE
Fifth Sun has designed some tees and hoodies for purchase. Stand together with Butte community and help those affected by the devastating Camp Fire in Northern California. Fifth Sun promises that 100% of every sale will go towards helping those displaced by the Camp Fire. We are Butte Strong.
ROCK OF LIFE FELLOWSHIP #GIVINGTUESDAY
This #GivingTuesday money is being raised for Rock of Life Fellowship and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps. And on Giving Tuesday, Nov 27, Facebook and PayPal will match a total of $7 Million in donations. Rock of Life Fellowship has a new building to complete and the opportunity to serve the community w/ services, prayer/praise music nights. They have reached about 25% of their goal and they are still in the construction phase. Thank you for your prayers and support.
They hope to launch in early January.
Sierra Nevada Brewery will be brewing Resilience Butte County Proud IPA and donating 100 percent of sales to Camp Fire relief. They are working with malt and hop suppliers to provide raw ingredient donations to all participating breweries and are asking those breweries to donate 100 percent of their sales, as well. They hope to get Resilience IPA in taprooms all over the country to create a solid start for our community’s future.
For long-term support, Sierra Nevada has set up a Sierra Nevada Camp Fire Relief Fund, supported through the Golden Valley Bank Community Foundation. The brewery is seeding this fund with an initial $100,000 to get started. Once the fire is out, they will distribute all donated money to partner organizations that are dedicated to rebuilding and supporting the communities that have been affected.
Tragically, families in our community lost EVERYTHING.
Many are not properly insured. They need help for immediate expenses and to move forward. Your generous support will help the Rorh Chabad Jewish Center help them recover from this major loss and disaster. 100% of donations are going to people who lost their homes and businesses in this devastating fire.
Help Paradise Elementary replace and rebuild their robotics program! Their "cubelets" were lost due to the Camp Fire. This robotic unit was one of the most engaging, hands-on activities we used for STEM. Students looked forward to getting to use them when they got to 3rd grade. The students would work in teams of three or four to build robots that would perform specific tasks. The collaborative effort by students was exciting as well as important in building fundamental skills needed for the 21st century."
Join Wildcats Rise! Check out their amazing fundraising website that is raising money for students, staff, & faculty that have been affected by the Camp Fire. Watch the video to learn more about it and visit their page!
47 Butte County Sheriff Office (BCSO) employees lived in the Town of Paradise, most of whom lost their homes, vehicles and all personal belongings. The BCSO is asking the community to donate through their partner, The Butte County Sheriff Posse. All donations on this page will go to support the BCSO family. Should you have any questions, please contact Butte County Sheriff Mounted Posse Captain, Tim Colbie at 530-624-4656.
Enloe Foundation Camp Fire Relief Fund donations will be used to help Enloe caregivers, patients and families who have lost their homes or been displaced due to the fire.
The Honey Run Covered Bridge was an historic bridge that had stood in Butte County since 1886. It had always been a favorite landmark for the residents of Butte County but on November 8th it was destroyed by the Camp Fire. The Honey Run Covered Bridge Association (HRCBA) has set up a fund to rebuild the covered bridge and you can help by donating!
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