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Below is a list of ways to help with the Wine Country Fire Relief Efforts
www.7x7.com is maintaining a daily updated site (click here) with a more exhaustive list of opportunities to provide aid. 


Monetary Donations

Donate to Disaster Funds:

Donate to the Solano County Fairground Large Animal Evacuation Center
Donate money or resources to help protect large animals from the fire, by clicking here. Note: Solano Fairgrounds still has space available to take animals.

Donate to Home Care Assistance - Seniors and Elderly

Donate to seniors and the elderly displaced by the North Bay Fires. Home Care Assistance is currently supporting several evacuation facilities in San Francisco, Oakland, Los Gatos and Palo Alto.  Monetary donations can be made to Episcopal Senior Communities Foundation at jtm-esc.org/gift or the Red Cross. All proceeds to Episcopal Senior Communities Foundation will go to supporting the evacuees of Spring Lake Village and Jennings Court in Santa Rosa).

Goods Donations

Solano County Fairground Large Animal Evacuation Center

Update: As of 10.17.17, Solano County Fairgrounds does not need any supply donations. However, they will accept monetary donations, link above and they are also in need of volunteers to help care for the animals. Volunteers must be 18-years old or older. You can find out more information by clicking here.

Donate to Home Care Assistance - Seniors and Elderly

Donate goods to seniors and elderly displaced by the North Bay fires. Home Care Assistance is currently supporting several evacuation facilities in San Francisco, Oakland, Los Gatos and Palo Alto. Their offices in Marin and Alamo will be accepting supply donations between the hours of 10am and 4pm PT, Monday through Friday. Addresses and Supplies needed will be listed below.

For more infomation please visit their website by clicking here.

Donate to Santa Rosa High School

Santa Rosa High School is looking for clothing, household items, and toiletries to provide to students who have lost everything in the fire.  Email lpiehl@srcs.k12.ca.us with questions. Mail donations to:

Santa Rosa High School Ag Department
Santa Rosa High School
1235 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 93401

The Santa Rosa High School Foundation is also looking for gift cards or monetary donations for students, faculty, staff and alumni that have been displaced by the fire.  You can find out more information about this by clicking here.

Housing

We suggest listing available housing on AirBnB.

Wine Industry-Specific Efforts & Donations

Wineries looking to donate resources to other wineries
This form is for wineries looking to provide immediate support to their industry partners by providing tank space, water, generators, labor, lodging and more.

Email Turrentine Brokerage at help@turrentinebrokerage.com with supplies that you have available.

Join #CAWineStrong to help raise funds for those affected
#CAWineStrong members will help to promote donations to relief efforts.

Glancy Wine Education Scholarship
Donate to San Francisco Wine School's Wine Education Fund, which will help wine professionals displaced by the fires receive more wine education.

Home Care Assistance Supply List

Essentials:

Gloves, wipes, adult diapers, bed pads, canes, walkers and wheelchairs

Optional:

Grabbers (for reaching far away items), scarves, caps, soft candies, cookies and things for the comforts of home.

Please call 650-462-9501 for questions regarding other supplies.

Donation Locations:

Accepting supply donations between the hours of 10am and 4pm PT, Monday through Friday

Marin
919 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
Suite. 107, Kentfield, CA 94904

Alamo‚Äč
190-G Alamo Plaza
Alamo, CA 94507

Other Info/Resource Pages

Sonoma Fire Info

Sonoma County Humane Society (Update: 10/17/17 - accepting donations of pet food and supplies).

Sonoma County Animal Services

Napa Humane

Tubbs Fire - Info, Housing, Pets, Food  (Lake/Sonoma/Mendo) (**Note: Facebook Resource Group)

Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch

Articles on How to Help:

http://people.com/human-interest/california-wildfires-how-to-help/