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2020 Fire Relief

With restrictions in place around COVID-19 safety and gathering, fire relief support looks significantly different for Raley’s this year.  We are not seeing the “traditional” evacuation shelter as we have in previous years.  Individuals who seek shelter at an evacuation site are instructed to stay in their cars, instead of taking shelter indoors. With this change, we are moving from providing food and water donations at an established evacuation site to supporting needs in the form of ready to eat meals and gift cards.  As we continue to lean on our emergency response partners, we remain committed to helping evacuees and victims as they spread out across the state.  Thank you to Cal OES, Butte County Office of Education, Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano and North Valley Community Foundation

4,025 meals/snack boxes/sandwiches distributed in partnership with Taylor Farms (roughly a $10,000 donation):

  • Oroville Hope Center
  • Boys and Girls Club North Valley
  • Oroville Rescue Mission
  • Salvation Army
  • Butte County Office of Education

 
$26,000 in gift cards distributed (community budget):

  • North Complex Fire – #236, #245, #242
    • Oroville Hope Center
    • Boys and Girls Club North Valley
    • Oroville Rescue Mission
    • Salvation Army
    • North Valley Community Foundation
    • Butte County Office of Education
  • River Fire
    • Salinas Rotary Club

 
$38,000 in snacks and water currently being coordinated and going to help (community budget):

  • Slater Fire
  • North Complex Fire – #236

Additional Resources:

Disaster Relief Resource Guide

DisasterAssistance.gov

Philanthropy CA

 

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