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Fires Where Northern California fire victims can find resources – and how you can support them

By Kalin Kipling

kkipling@sacbee.com

October 20, 2017 08:18 PM

(Updated at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29. Please email kkipling@sacbee.com if you have needs or resources to add.)

Amid all of the fire devastation in Northern California, some might be searching for ways to help while others need to find resources.

While volunteering or giving goods might seem more personal, the No. 1 need by far in the communities is monetary donations. There is a large backlog of supplies thanks to the generosity of the communities and beyond, so contributing to a campaign or group is the most helpful at this point (see a list lower down). A slightly more personal option: giving gift cards to families. (There are some forms to sign up to volunteer listed below.)

Here’s a guide for fire victims seeking resources/help, courtesy of Sonoma County:

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