Camp Fire 3 Incident Summary Now that the Camp Fire has been fully contained, we must begin looking down the long road to recovery for Butte County. The devastation left in the wake of this fire is vast and will be affecting survivors for years to come. California Volunteers would like to thank the companies, foundations, NGO’s and the public for their willingness to step up to help the survivors of this devastating wildfire. There is still a monumental amount of work to be done. Information on how to continue supporting survivors can be found at the links below. We will continue to update this page through the recovery phase. For more information please visit: Butte County Response and Recovery Statewide Wildfire Recovery Resources How You Can Help Donated Goods It is truly amazing to see the kindness that has come from the community following this disaster. Thanks to everyone who has contributed so far. At this time, the Butte County donation operations are at capacity and cannot accept any more material donations. Shelters and various locations throughout the County have also been impacted by the overabundance of your generous donations. The best way to help at this time is through monetary donations to trusted organizations. Monetary donations are the easiest to manage and provide the means to purchase the exact items in need. Please utilize the trusted organizations listed below to contribute monetary donations. Financial Contributions California Volunteers strongly encourages donors to carefully research charitable organizations prior to donating to ensure that their donated funds will have the desired result. For additional information and easy-to-use tips on avoiding charity scams following a disaster, please visit the California Office of the Attorney General’s Charities website. https://oag.ca.gov/charities To make a financial contribution to those affected by the Camp Fire, please see the links to trusted organizations below and the informational PSA from Butte County: Direct Service Providers United Policyholders Grantmaking Organizations North Valley Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund Butte County Office of Education United Way of Northern California or text BUTTEFIRE to 91999 California Community Foundation Wildfire Relief Fund You may also visit the Butte County website for more information on donations: http://www.buttecounty.net/ Temporary Housing The Airbnb Evacuee Program for survivors of the Camp Fire is now open to those looking for temporary housing. If you are a host and interested in signing up your home to provide emergency shelter to people affected by these devastating fires, please click the link below for more information. https://www.airbnb.com/welcome/evacuees/buttecounty Volunteering If you are interested in volunteering to assist with recovery efforts for the Camp Fire, please visit the Butte County Recovers website. There you will find a link where you can sign up for volunteer opportunities to assist government and community based organizations with continuing recovery projects and services. The Butte County Recovers Volunteer Hotline number is (530) 636-0259 and is staffed Monday-Saturday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Volunteer Opportunities Coordinator for Butte County can be reached at the hotline number, as well. For state employees wishing to volunteer for the fire relief efforts in Butte County, please be sure to visit the CalHR website to learn more about the Volunteer Relief Leave Program and get connected to a volunteer opportunity in Butte County. https://buttecountyrecovers.org/give Above all, please do not self-deploy.