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People have created a public Google Doc on which people are listing available housing; see it here. People are opening up their land for people to stay on through Hipcamp. Check out a list and how to offer your land here. Sequoia Equities: Apartments have been available to fire victims in need in Petaluma, Vacaville, Benicia and Martinez. All fees waived. Credit will not be a factor; no maximum occupancy guidelines. Pets: No breed restrictions, no number of pet restrictions. Call 925 239 9453. RV parking, 1800 Lombardi Lane, Santa Rosa. Call 707 602 7879 to check on availability. There’s a free Northern California Wildfires Community Workshop on Friday, Oct. 27, in the Grand Ballroom at the DoubleTree by Hilton Sonoma Wine Country that aims to address and answer questions. Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an environmental activist; Charles Miller, an insurance expert; Robert Schall, a special agent and fire investigator; Dr. Ray Franco, a forensic electrical engineer and fire investigator; and other experts will be there. Here’s a list of Napa Local Assistance Centers. Haz clic aqu y aqu para informacin en espaol sobre el condado de Sonoma. Haz clic aqu para informacin en espaol sobre el condado de Napa. Haz clic aqu para informacin en espaol sobre el centro de asistencia local para residentes de Mendocino. Visit Sonoma County Recovers and type in your needs here. Here’s a page full of fire information for Mendocino County residents. Mendocino County residents: There is a Local Assistance Center open at the Mendocino College Gym, 1000 Hensley Creek Road, providing multi agency support services. See more info here. Here’s a page full of info for Yuba County residents. Yuba residents: Here’s wildfire property tax relief and information. Napa residents: Here’s how to get help with debris removal. Here’s a list with a variety of info for Napa residents, along with donation drives and fundraisers. Morrison Foerster LLP has released a Helping Handbook available online that “gathers in one place up to date information on subjects that include emergency housing; government benefits; insurance; FEMA assistance; replacement of lost documents; fraud prevention and many others.” See it here. Una versin en espaol llegar pronto. DriveSavers, a leader in data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensic solutions, is offering free data recovery to fire victims whose computers and phones were damaged in the fires. Contact DriveSavers no later than Nov. 15; there is a limit of one device per business or household. Customers needing additional recoveries, and those with multidisk devices such as RAID and NAS devices, are eligible for a 50 percent discount off of regular service fees. Call DriveSavers at 800 440 1904. Turo is a p2p car sharing marketplace, and many hosts have opted in to list their vehicles for rent at no cost for people who have lost their cars in the fire or are in need of transportation. Cartelligent, which helps people buy or lease cars by handling “all the hassles of car shopping,” has partnered with Sonoma Fire Info and is offering its services for free through Dec. 31 to anyone who lost their vehicle in the recent fires. Napa Valley College has put together a Fire Relief Fund for students, faculty and staff. daily for at least two weeks. LAC is essentially a one stop shop for services residents impacted by the fires need. The LAC is a one stop shop with critical services for residents who have been impacted by the fires. Some of the services include: FEMA Disaster Recovery Center; Department of Motor Vehicles; American Red Cross; Small Business Administration; HOPE Animal Assistance Crisis Response; County Assessor and Tax Collector; Child Support Services; Housing Assistance; Fire Emergency Services; Health Human Services; Building Permitting Agencies; Transportation Public Works; Veteran’s Affairs. Free parking off of B Street in the city lot. The LAC is also accessible by Sonoma County Transit and City Bus via route 1. The LAC is just three blocks from the Downtown Transit Mall. The site is wheelchair accessible. Spanish translators and a children’s play area will be available. For more information, call 707 565 385. Individuals and Household Program) provides financial and direct services to eligible individuals and households affected by a disaster who have uninsured or underinsured necessary expenses and serious needs. citizen or a “qualified” immigrant. For example, undocumented individuals can apply on behalf of a minor child who is a citizen and has a social security number. FEMA can provide information about obtaining a social security number for a minor child. The minor child must live with the parent/guardian applying on his/her behalf.
Care Bags with gently used clothing, shoes, toys, books, toiletries and more. Tailored to you/your family’s sizes and needs. Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County ReStore: For the next several weeks displaced families will be able to shop at the Habitat ReStore for free. 1201 Piner Road, 500, Santa Rosa. Crossing the Jordan fire victim vouchers are being distributed to evacuation centers. Vouchers give you access to our donated items. There is no expiration date on these vouchers so they can use them after people who lost their homes get settled, or they can use them now. Can also pick up vouchers at 2 W. Third St, Santa Rosa.
Petaluma Animal Shelter, 840 Hopper St. for food, supplies, shelter. (707 778 7387). Offering pet food, water, boarding, and lost and found pet information. Unleashed Dog Training for boarding and if you need a place to hang. Call 707 763 9882. Marin Humane Society, 171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Novato. Call 415 883 4621. Sonoma Humane Society, 5345 Highway 12 West, Santa Rosa. Offering no cost veterinary treatment for burn victims. Owned or stray animals affected by the fires can come to Sonoma Humane for basic treatment. daily. Also has been offering pet supplies. Napa County Animal Shelter, 942 Hartle Court, Napa, will shelter dogs, cats, rabbits and other household animals. Mendocino County Animal Shelter, 298 Plant Road, Ukiah Second Chance Rescue, 945 22nd Ave. in Oakland House Rabbit Society: Contact them directly at 510 970 7575 for free boarding and supplies. Located in Richmond, but they have people in the area to help transport. Box 751418, Petaluma. Flat Broke Farm, a nonprofit farm in Cotati, is helping displaced farm and domestic animals due to the fires. Dickson Ranch in West Marin can take horses, goats, chickens, etc. Call 415 488 0454. Strong’s Second Chance Ranch in Petaluma message on Facebook. Customers need to visit a participating Chipotle location and mention the North Bay wildfires to the cashier before payment. Donate to United Way of the Wine Country. Sonoma County Resilience Fund: Specifically addresses the mid to long term needs of the community. Visit the website here. Disaster Fund for Mendocino County: Provide disaster relief and recovery services in the aftermath of a natural disaster. Napa Valley Community Foundation: Will distribute immediate response grants to a targeted list of local nonprofits that were preapproved to receive such grants following the 2014 earthquake. Grants will focus on organizations providing services such as medical care, counseling, temporary shelter and meals to the individuals and families affected by the fire. Donate to the Napa Valley College Foundation’s Fire Relief fund here. Local grass roots fundraiser with a team of volunteers who are buying supplies for shelters as new needs arise. Latino Community Foundation is raising funds that will specifically go toward three local Latino nonprofit organizations North Bay Organizing Project in Santa Rosa, La Luz Center in Sonoma and UpValley Family Centers in Calistoga that are working to support families, farmworker communities, and are coordinating regional resources for immediate and long term needs. Donate here. Support the Fundly page Sonoma County Wild Fire Help 20 Families in Need, started by the nonprofit North Bay Indo American Association. Donations go toward getting families most in need back on their feet after they have lost their homes. Donate to the YouCaring Tubbs Fire Victims Fund. Donate to the Bay Area Firefighters Families Fund. Wine Country Animal Lovers is in need of funds for pet surgeries/burn victims; donate here. UndocuFund for Fire Relief in Sonoma County: Launched by a coalition of local immigration nonprofits, The UndocuFund for Fire Relief in Sonoma County is providing direct assistance to undocumented victims of the Northern California fires. One hundred percent of funds will go to victim support. The first $50,000 will be matched 1:1 by The California Wellness Foundation. Heart of the Vine Relief Fund: BR Cohn winery has established a GoFundMe account that will be used to purchase gift cards for families affected by the fires. They will match the donations up to $25,000. Tipping Point Community: Emergency Relief Fund will support low income communities affected by the devastating fires in the North Bay. One hundred percent of what you give will go where it is needed most. Petaluma Community Foundation: Raises money from the community and invests it back into the community for needed services. Northern California Fire Fund: Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino counties’ community foundations have jointly mobilized this fund housed at Silicon Valley Community Foundation to respond to the devastating fires that have displaced thousands of residents and destroyed vast numbers of homes and businesses in their region. United Way Joint Fund: This is a joint fund between the United Way of the Bay Area and United Way of the Wine Country. The goal of the United Ways’ Northern California Wildfire Relief and Recovery Fund is to provide immediate and long term recovery assistance to North Bay residents affected by the wildfires that have spread throughout the region. Marin Humane Society is in need of funds for animal burn victims to offset the cost of care. Donate here. AUTISM School Anova Education: This school was destroyed in the fire and is a crucial resource for our community. Donate here. Petaluma Animal Center needs donations to cover costs of care. Union for Reform Judaism’s buildings burned down. Help rebuild the camp by donating here. Donate to The Salvation Army’s wildfire relief fund here. Jameson Rescue Ranch is out in the community to assess needs. It is seeking donations.
Listing available housing here. Offer your land up as a place for people to stay here. Give to a California food bank that’s helping victims, but make sure they still need donations.
Hablas espaol? Puedes ver una lista de necesidades aqu. View a list of current and updating needs here. Medical professionals: Contact the Red Cross at 707 577 7600 for volunteer placement and assessment. Community members: Just want to volunteer somewhere? Fill out a form here. This website is a good resource for volunteers/those who want to help which also includes a list of Sonoma County resources, which is being updated. Volunteers needed at the primary warehouse (address provided via text after sign up); sign up here. Volunteer at Petaluma People Services Center by signing up here. Volunteer at the Wildlife Rescue of Sonoma County by signing up here. Volunteer at Forget Me Not Farms by signing up here. Volunteer at Petaluma Bounty; get info here. Volunteer at the LDS Church, 8100 Valentine Ave., Sebastopol; sign up here. Sign up to volunteer at Epicenter, 3215 Coffey Lane, by clicking here. Volunteer with Aaron Jonas Catering (serving 10,000 meals a day): Volunteers must hold a food handlers certificate; get one here. Please park all the way left by the Event Center; do not park forward or right and roam the property. Bring your knives and kitchen towels. (NOTE: You may be turned away if enough volunteers are already in place.). Volunteer with The Skylane Project: They’re looking for qualified personnel who have experience working with individuals with exceptionalities; however, we have some opportunities for those who don’t (massage therapists, marriage family therapists, etc.). Fill out the volunteer form here. NOTE (lower priority as few donations are needed now): Large donations and small can be taken to 5400 Redwood Highway as many places are inundated. over the weekend. Top priorities: over the counter medication for children and adults, new socks, new undergarments, camping stoves, pots, pans, kitchen utensils. Petaluma People Services Center: SHARE Sonoma County has created temporary home sharing for those who have lost their housing due to the recent fires. They currently have over 40 home providers offering housing. There is a community foster Facebook network for pets: Community Foster for NorCal Fire Animals.