Please Support Those Affected by the Southern California Fires

Many people have family or friends affected by the fires. Due to the unfortunate culmination of inadequate rain, overgrown brush and Santa Ana winds, we are witnessing unprecedented devastation. Helping those impacted by the fires, both our human and animal friends, is a wonderful way to give back this holiday season.

 
 
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California Fire Foundation

Honor the firefighters putting their lives on the line with a donation to the California Fire Foundation, which provides financial and emotional support to the state’s firefighters, their families, and communities affected by devastating fires.

 
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Baby2Baby Amazon Wishlist

Dedicated to providing basic necessities to every child in need, Baby2Baby has created a public Amazon registry to send essential supplies—diapers, formula, toiletries—to the littlest victims of the fires.

 

Ventura County

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The Thomas Fire Fund

Am emergency fund organized by United Way Ventura County, American Red Cross of Ventura County, and Ventura County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services. Donations can be made by texting “UWV” to 41444 or sending checks with “Thomas Fire Fund” in the memo line to 702 County Square Drive, Suite 100 Ventura, CA 93003.

 
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Humane Societies of Ventura County

The Ojai Valley animal shelter has taken in nearly 300 animals displaced by the fires and are in desperate need of assistance. Donate to their relief efforts online or send animal supplies directly to the ranch.

 

 
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Southern California Equine Emergency Evacuation

A Facebook group of horse and ranch owners in need of and offering assistance. The group has helped to reunite owners with lost horses, provide shelter through private stables, and transport evacuated animals to safety.

 

 
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Wildlife Waystation

This non-profit animal sanctuary in Sylmar is a haven for over 100 species of exotic wildlife. While no humans or animals were harmed, the ranch suffered critical damage in the Creek Fire. Without power or a telephone connection, their supplies are at risk and donations are more crucial than ever.