Donate to Victims of the North Bay Fires

 

In light of the devastating fires throughout Northern California, EBRHA is seeking donations of non-perishable food items (no glass containers), pet food/supplies, and new personal hygiene products for people and pets affected by the disaster. EBRHA members are encouraged to bring donations to our office (click here for directions). EBRHA will then distribute the items to organizations serving the areas hardest hit.

 

Other Ways EBRHA Members Can Help

Donate to the Direct Impact Fund in partnership with GoFundMe. Your tax-deductible donation will go directly to support charities and individuals with verified campaigns on GoFundMe.
The Red Cross is in immediate need of volunteers to assist fire evacuees. To volunteer, sign up online and you’ll be contacted in the near future regarding donation and volunteer needs. You can also contact the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County at  or call: 707-573-3399.

 

Volunteer with the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County. From the organizations website: “Know that making thoughtful volunteer matches in times of disaster takes time. We appreciate your willingness to respond. We are making connections in the days ahead. Please email  or call 707-573-3399 to volunteer or provide supplies.”

 

Donate to the North Bay Fire Relief Fund. Redwood Credit Union (RCU), in partnership with the RCU Community Fund, Inc., The Press Democrat, and Senator Mike McGuire, is now accepting financial donations to assist fire victims and aid relief efforts. 100% of your tax-deductible donations will go directly to support those affected.

 

 

Donate to Sonoma County Schools Fire Relief. To assist districts that are overwhelmed with day-to-day logistics at this point, Sonoma County Office of Education is coordinating donations and support to local schools.

 

Donate to the United Way of the Wine County. The United Way of the Wine County has set up a fire relief fund to help those affected by the fires in the area. All gifts made through our website will be directed to area fire relief and recovery efforts until further notice.