california wildfire relief

We hope you’re all staying as safe and healthy as you can given the current circumstances! In light of the recent wildfires in California, we’ve decided to donate 5% of ALL online sales to One Tree Planted for the next 3 days. 

We’ve been partners with One Tree Planted since December of last year; they’re an amazing nonprofit that plants a tree for every dollar raised. Their mission is to give back to the environment, work towards a healthier climate, and assist in reforestation around the world.

Along with our donation, we’ve compiled some resources for our community below. Let us know if there are others we should add!



Wildfire Relief Funds

Direct Relief and Assistance

  • The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides emergency medical, housing and other types of assistance for those affected by disasters.
  • The Small Business Administration  provides low-interest disaster loans to businesses, non-profit organizations, homeowners, and renters to repair or replace damaged or destroyed real estate, personal property, equipment and other business assets.
  • The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services connects residents with a wide range of services and programs targeted specifically at those who have been affected by wildfires.
  • The State of California’s Guide to Disaster Assistance Services for Immigrant Californians provides information on health, housing, emergency supplies, employment and other services available to all Californians, regardless of their immigration status.
  • The American Red Cross provides access to shelter to evacuees across California, as well as providing financial assistance to victims of disaster, evacuation updates and safety information.
  • Northern California Salvation Army supports relief efforts. Funds may be used to provide food and drinks to survivors, cleaning supplies and other essential commodities, direct financial aid to those effected or to support disaster relief workers serving in the area.
  • The California Association of Food Banks represents more than 40 food banks in the state that provide food to millions of residents, including victims of wildfires.
  • Foodbank of Contra Costa and Solano  distributes food directly to low-income people at community sites and makes food available for other nonprofit organizations serving the ill, needy and children.
  • United Way of Northern California is providing emergency cash grants to those who lost their homes.
  • The California Fire Foundation's Supplying Aid to Victims of Emergency (SAVE) program accepts donations to help those affected by the fires. The organization provides $250 gift cards to eligible victims.


Resources compiled from:

Lee, L. C. (2020, September 9). Wildfires are ravaging California, here’s how you can help. CNN.

Center for Disaster Philanthropy. (2020, September 8). 2020 North American Wildfire Season. CDP.