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Carr Fire Relief

Raley’s Donates more than $170,000 to the Carr Fire Relief Efforts — Thank you to our community!

Tragedy Hits Northern California

The Carr Fire continues to burn across Shasta and Trinity Counties with containment increasing each day.  The path of destruction encompasses over 200,000 acres of Northern California while more than 1,500 families look to rebuild their homes.

Our team members and customers are greatly impacted. We’re doing all we can to support them; committing our resources, time and prayers to those affected for the duration of this crisis.

Our team was in the community shelters distributing Raley’s food in partnership with Taylor Farms. We have shared much needed supplies like water, fruit, bread, diapers and personal care items. Immediate support is critical, and Raley’s is committed to supporting the fire victims and our community during the rebuilding and recovery phases as well.

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Tuesday, October 9: Raley’s community team and Bill Webb, a Raley’s store team leader at the Redding location and a longtime member of the Redding community, presented the Shasta Regional Community Foundation with a check of $170,634.13.

Friday, August 3: Raley’s receives a request for refrigerated storage. Raley’s transportation team coordinates getting a truck to Bethel Church, the Salvation Army distribution center, within hours of the request. The truck remains for over a week to support the needs of Dignity Health Connected Living and the Salvation Army as they continue to distribute food to those who need it.

Thursday, August 2: Raley’s, with support from Gatorade, donated the following to the Salvation Army Distribution Center at Bethel Church in Redding:

  • 10 pallets for sports drink
  • 5 pallets of snack bars

Sunday, July 30: Raley’s in Redding reopens.

Sunday, July 29: Raley’s visited Shasta College evacuation site and delivered the following:

  • 500 sandwiches from Taylor Farms

Saturday, July 28: Raley’s visited Shasta College, Cross Point Community Church, Simpson University and The Red Bluff Vineyard and delivered the following:

  • Shasta College
    • A pallet of Gatorade
    • 150 loaves of bread
    • 20 pies
    • Breakfast items
  • Cross Point Community church
    • A pallet of Gatorade
    • Breakfast items
    • Snack items
  • Simpson University
    • A pallet of water
  • The Red Bluff Vineyard
    • 13 packages of hot dogs, condiments
    • Coloring books for children
    • Foods like spaghetti noodles and sauce, French bread, peanut butter, jelly, assorted crackers and snacks.
    • A pallet of produce (apples, pears, carrot, strawberries, grapes, watermelon, peaches, cantaloupe, avocados)

Friday, July 27: Raley’s visited Shasta College evacuation site and delivered the following:

  • A pallet of Taylor Farms sandwiches, salads and trays
  • A pallet of water
  • A pallet of Gatorade
  • Diapers, wipes and toiletries
  • 2 pallets of fruit (pears, apples, grapes, cherries, bananas)
  • Coloring books for children

Thursday, July 26: Raley’s in Redding is evacuated.

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