From Supervisor Gore:
Dear Neighbor – Trust everyone has returned safely from our evacuation locations. As our neighborhood was spared, we are in a position to give to those in need. Many thanks to Supervisor Gorin, who lost her home in the 2017 fire, for sharing this list.
How you can help:
Volunteer at the remaining open shelters in Sonoma County by emailing Petaluma People Services at email@example.com or submitting an application to the American Red Cross at https://www.redcross.org/.
Open your home to the remaining evacuees by calling or emailing Share Sonoma County at (707) 766-8800 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate food so those who were without power can restock their fridge by contacting Redwood Empire Food Bank at https://refb.org/.
Assist those who lost their homes or businesses by donating to the United Way of the Wine Country’s Kincade Fire Emergency Relief & Recovery Fund at https://unitedwaywinecountry.org/comm/ and the Community Foundation’s Resilience Fund at https://www.sonomacf.org/
Assist affected union members by donating to NBLC’s Union Members Emergency Relief Fund at https://www.gofundme.com/f/union-members-emergency-relief-fund.
Care for affected animals by donating to North Bay Animal Services at https://northbayanimalservices.org.
Donate gift cards for groceries and gasoline to community organizations to pass out to so many in need of help. They have lost wages and food and struggle to pay the rent and restock groceries in their refrigerators.
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