Charities Providing Direct Relief to Northern California Fire Victims
The following are 501(c)(3) U.S. charities providing direct aid and support to individuals and families affected by the Northern California wildfires. When recommending a grant, please indicate “California Fire Relief” as the purpose of your grant to ensure that the charity correctly designates your gift.
We encourage our donors to research all charities and charitable impact prior to entering a recommendation for a gift.
American Red Cross (EIN 53-0196605)
The American Red Cross is working around the clock alongside partners to provide shelter, food, and comfort for people forced to leave their homes in Napa, Sonoma, Lake, Mendocino, Yuba, Nevada, Calaveras, and Butte counties.
Direct Relief (EIN 95-1831116)
In response to wildfires burning across Northern California, Direct Relief has offered emergency assistance to California’s Office of Emergency Services, the Napa County Public Health Department, and more than 40 health centers and clinics in the affected region.
As wildfires continue moving across Sonoma and Napa Counties, the North Bay Wildfire Emergency Fund has been in close contact, working with our partners in the affected regions to assess and begin to meet the urgent and emerging needs.
Napa Valley Community Foundation (EIN 68-0349777)
The Napa Valley Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund supports those affected by recent fires in Napa County.
Sonoma County Humane Society (EIN 94-6001315)
There is an extreme and growing need for emergency animal care. The NorCal Fire relief fund is providing resources for stray and owned animals, including burn care.