DONATE: Carr Fire Relief

Carr Fire California Photo: Caltrans District 2 / Facebook

We have compiled a list of places you can go to donate to the victims of the Carr Fire.

Posted: Jul. 29, 2018 11:37 AM
Updated: Jul. 30, 2018 1:57 PM

#FeedTheNeed2018CarrFire is a group created on Facebook. Many local restaurants have teamed together to help everyone that has been displaced by the Carr Fire. Every one of the businesses below will be a donation point where locals can donate anything and everything. See their Facebook link here.

A family from Eureke, California, is raising money specifically for children victims of the Carr Fire. Check out their story and Facebook page here.

Vineyard Church in Red Bluff is opening its doors to evacuees of the Carr Fire and are looking for donations. To provide monetary donations, click here.

Here is a list of all of the donation items Vineyard Church is collecting:

- Toiletries

- Diapers and baby wipes

- Food and water

- Gift cards (gas, food and groceries)

- Cots, pillows and bedding

Willows Volunteer Fire Fighter, Danielle Avila, is collecting donations that she can pick up in either Orland or Willows by 12 p.m. on July 29. To reach Danielle you can call (530) 566-7389.

Cal Fire suggests visiting the Cal Volunteer website here. It gives links to donate directly to service providers.

Haven Humane Society is housing many of the animals displaced by the Carr Fire. They need several items including dog and cat crates, food, water bowls, hay and animal feed. to see more information on how to donate items on their website, click here. For monetary donations, click here.

To donate to the Shasta County Relief Fund, click here.

You can also text CARRFIRE to 91999.

To donate to the Tri Counties Bank Carr Fire 2018 account, click here.

To donate to the Shasta Regional Foundation Community Disaster Relief Fund, click here.

Shasta College in Redding is accepting donations of water bottles and new blankets. If you are able to donate these items, please enter the south entrance on Old Oregon Trail and follow the signs to the drop-off site.

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