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Resources For Clayton Fire Victims

CAL FIRE / Twitter
 

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The Clayton Fire continues to burn at 3,929 acres and is now 65 percent contained, according to CAL FIRE. Around 300 structures have been destroyed in the fire and 316 others are threatened.

Thousands of people had to leave their homes as a result of evacuation orders that are still in place.

This is CAL FIRE's list of evacuation centers:

Red Cross Gold Country in Sacramento is reaching out for donations and volunteers to help fire victims. You can learn more here


The Salvation Army says only monetary donations are needed at this time. The organization also says 100 percent of donations are used in "local disaster relief operations." 

On Friday, new teams from San Francisco, Monterey, Modesto and Lodi joined staff from Sacramento, Solano County and Roseville who are still on the scene. 

More than 2,000 meals have been served since Sunday, according to The Salvation Army. It will continue its services and will assess and strategize for "long-term assistance planning for the area."