Help Napa and Sonoma fires survivors

Witnessing the devastation of the Napa and Sonoma fires, I’ve wondered how we can best help the many families who have lost everything begin to rebuild their lives.

Perhaps you’ve wondered this, too.

Just as Los Altos Community Foundation knows and addresses needs in our local community, the Napa and Sonoma Community Foundations are addressing needs in their shattered communities.

Because of their deep relationships with local nonprofits, community leaders, and government officials, community foundations are often in the best position to hold funds, make grants, and support the community over the medium to long-term during disaster recovery.

If you’d like to contribute to Napa and Sonoma Counties’ relief efforts, please consider giving to Community Foundation Sonoma County’s Sonoma County Resilience Fund and/or Napa Valley Community Foundation’s Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund.

The road to recovery is long and we cannot yet predict what the greatest needs will be. But local community foundations are best positioned to vet organizations to receive funding for social support and rebuilding efforts.

And to help prepare your community for this type of disaster locally, why not become a Block Action TEAM Leader.

Support the Sonoma County Community Foundation’s Resilience Fund.

 

Napa Valley Community Foundation help Napa and Sonoma Fire survivors

Support Napa Valley Community Foundation’s disaster relief efforts.

 

Regards,

Joe Eyre, LACF Executive Director headshot, talking about Napa and Sonoma fires
Joe Eyre, LACF Executive Director