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Currently, there are three major wildfires burning in California – Camp in Northern California and Woosley and Hill in Southern California. The flames have engulfed endless acres and displaced families, animals, and wildlife from their homes. Due to continued strong winds, these fires are far from being extinguished; communities, families, and firefighters are in need of resources and donations.

As some of the most destructive wildfires in California, they are in need of support. Below please find regional and local organizations that you can contribute relief efforts to help these communities. 

 

The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) Disaster Relief Fund

Helping salons and stylists rebuild after a disaster – this fund was created in 1955 by the National Cosmetology Association and aims to help salon professionals rebuild their lives after a natural disaster.  

TO DONATE: Click here for an online form.

TO APPLY FOR AID: Click here to submit an online form.

 

Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation

The LAFD is requesting donations at supportlafd.org. They are in need of supplies, such as hydration backpacks for @losangelesfiredepartment firefighters who are working tirelessly to contain the fires across Southern California.

TO DONATE: CLICK HERE.

 

American Red Cross

Workers have set up temporary shelters and food sites across California, you can help by visiting redcross.orgcall 1-800-RED-CROSS or text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. 

 

The California Fire Foundation

Providing immediate assistance to fire victims by providing short-term financial support to victims. 

TO DONATE: CLICK HERE.

 

United Way Of Los Angeles

Partnering with United Way of Ventura County, they have created this fund to help those affected by the Hill and Woosley fires as well as other natural disasters in Southern California.

TO DONATE: CLICK HERE.

 

The Humane Society of Ventura County

A nonprofit organization since 1932, all funds go directly to serving the people and animals of Ventura County. To help serve evacuated animals please donate to their general fund or fulfill items needed from their Amazon Wish List.

TO DONATE: CLICK HERE.

 

The CCF Wildfire Relief Fund

Supporting immediate and long-term relief efforts from California wildfires as well as preventative efforts. 

For more information, contact us at disaster@calfund.org or call 213-413-4130.

TO DONATE: CLICK HERE.

 

As the fires continue to burn efforts have been put forward by residents to create online communities to share and inform residents. If you are in need of help or information or would like to donate, please visit @losangelesfiredepartment, @calfire, and @Onelovemalibu on Instagram or @LAFD and @Cal_Fire on Twitter for the latest updates.