A number of groups in the Sacramento-Area are gathering funds and resources for victims of the wildfires tearing through Northern California.
Here are some ways to contribute to fire recovery:
Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council Fire Recovery Fund: Checks can be made out to the “Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council”. Memo – “Fire Recovery Fund". Mail to PO Box 4242, Yankee Hill CA, 95965
Giftcards can be donated at Sacramento City Hall, 915 I St
- Sactown Union Brewery 1210 66th St B
- New Glory Craft Brewery 8251 Alpine Ave
- New Helvetia Brewing Company 1730 Broadway
- Bike Dog - Broadway Location 915 Broadway #200
- Oak Park Brewing Company 3514 Broadway
- Device Brewing Company 8166 14th Ave A
- Track 7 3747 W. Pacific Ave, Unit F
- Track 7 826 Professor Ln, Ste 100
- Three Mile Brewing 231 G Street, Ste 3, Davis
- Two Rivers Cider 4311 Attawa Ave #300
Donations are being accepted at Sacramento City Hall, 915 I St., for two organization:
- United Way of the Wine Country is collecting new and packaged underwear and socks for all ages, as well as diapers, formula, bottles and sippy cups
- Redwood Empire Foodbank is providing food for 24 regional shelters and badly needs donations of nonperishable and ready-to-eat food. Donations can be dropped off at the lobby on the first floor of City Hall. Please note recipients will not have access to kitchens to prepare food.
The Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds is set up as an emergency shelter, but is no longer accepting donations.
Oroville Hope Center will accept donations of physical items.
Fire victims can come to the hope center to pick-up donations. Donation drop-off/pick-up:
- Tuesdays through Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
- Location: 1950 Kitrick Ave A, Oroville, CA 95966
Salvation Army Thrift Store - Oroville accepts donations of physical items. The Salvation Army provides fire victims vouchers for the Thrift Store.
- Donation drop off time: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Location: 1901 Oro-Dam Blvd.