We are heartbroken and shocked by the enormity of the devastation from the fires in Northern California wine country. Many of our friends, neighbors, and wine and hospitality partners have been terribly affected. These communities will need much help in the coming days, weeks, and months to recover and rebuild. Here are some ways you can help.
donate food + supplies
redwood empire food bank
3990 Brickway Blvd., Santa Rosa
(Please note, the off-ramp at Airport Blvd. is currently closed in both directions. Please take the Shiloh Road exit heading west, take a left on Skylane Blvd., until you meet Airport Blvd. again)
From REFB: Bring food donations to the REFB right now. We are in dire need of ready-to-eat, non-perishable foods that we can provide to the evacuation centers immediately. These foods should be easy to open and easy to eat - many shelters do not have kitchens for heating and preparing food. Please do not bring glass containers."
1725 Haight Street, SF
From @alembicsf: Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the fires. The farm our Executive Chef Rachel grew up on has been destroyed. Please donate anything you can to help the victims of the Tubbs and Atlas fires. We are collecting the following items from 12pm-close from now through Friday night (at least) and will drive them up on Saturday for relief:
• Medical supplies
• Pet food (domestic and livestock)
fort point beer
644 Old Mason Street, SF
From @fortpointbeer: If you are looking to donate supplies to those affected by the #NorthBayfires, our brewery (644 Old Mason Street) is now acting as a drop-off location. Donations can be made this week through Monday from 6am-8pm -- our trucks will be making deliveries to the shelters. Our hearts go out to our family, friends and community in the #NorthBay.
What’s needed in highest demand:
-- Air Mattresses and cots
-- Phone Chargers
-- Dry and Canned Pet Food (Dog, Cat, Kitten)
-- Animal crates and carriers small and large
-- Dog Bowls (Any bowls for food and water)
-- Other pet supplies (litter, bedding, leashes, collars)
-- Baby Strollers
-- Baby Carries
-- Personal Protection Equipment (Masks, latex gloves, etc.)
-- Duct Tape
-- Non-perishable food items
-- Can Openers
-- Camp stoves
-- Personal hygiene products (toothbrushes, tooth paste, deodorant, baby wipes, soap, etc)
-- Diapers in all sizes
-- Baby Food
-- New Socks
-- New Underwear
-- Toilet Paper
-- Feminine Hygiene Products
-- Bandaids, Antibacterial Ointment, Etc.
-- Duffle Bags
-- Children’s books
-- Coloring Books
-- Coloring supplies
liholiho yacht club
871 Sutter Street, SF
From @liholihoyachtclub: "We must care for our communities. Our farms, dairies, ranches, wineries have all been greatly impacted and most of all, our citizens. Please help & share widely - - -
We will be collecting donation through Friday at 11am. We have direct contacts on the ground ready to accept these donations and we will personally deliver them. NEEDED unused, non perishables such as: toiletries, pet food, diapers, blankets, underwear, clothes etc... Chef and crew will also be preparing food and delivering it to those in need, in shelters and wherever requested.
PLEASE DROP OFF DONATIONS ANYTIME AFTER 10am - if prior to business hours ring yellow buzzer - WE ARE HERE! - - - Now is the time for us all to show up!
love on haight
1400 Haight Street, SF
From @loveonhaight: "We are accepting food, clothing, bedding and toiletries...bedding is needed bad for shelters including blankets, mattresses, pillows and cots.
We have people going up tonight and tomorrow. We also have people who have offered up their home, please just reach out to us at 4158171027."
320 Fell Street, SF
Oxbow Public Market - 644C First Street, Napa
From @fattedcalf: "In response to the recent wildfires that has affected our communities, we'll be setting up a drop off point for relief supplies at both San Francisco and Napa locations to help provide for our friends and families that have lost so much. Please donate any unused supplies such as: blankets, clothing, toiletries, bottle water, non-perishable foods etc. during our operating hours. Thank you for your support and please continue to share this post!
The Napa Valley Community Relief Fund, which the Napa Valley Vintners established in 2014, immediately following the South Napa earthquake, has been reactivated. Those wishing to make donations can contribute here. The Community Foundation plans to begin distributing funds to those in need in the coming days.
United Way of the Wine Country in Santa Rosa is desperately seeking volunteers. Please call 707.573.3399.
Register for CVNL volunteer opportunities: https://cvnl.org/ (select “disaster volunteering”)
Register as a Volunteer for the Red Cross
Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds & Event Center: Check Facebook for updates
Sonoma County: Please contact Volunteer Center email@example.com
Santa Rosa Memorial (10/11 12PM): Medical volunteers contact hospital and put name on standby list. 707-525-5300 (ask for labor pool)
Marin County Medical Reserve Corps; Trained medical professionals - please connect DIRECTLY w/ Marin Medical Reserve Corps. (415) 473-3643
Sonoma-Marin Medical Center Sign-Up
Petaluma Fairgrounds Shelter (as of 10/11 12:30PM): In need of MD, NP, PA, RN, Respiratory, Paramedics, EMT, MA and Nursing Students. Staffing per shift: 1-2 Providers, 4RN, 1 Respiratory, 2 Triage Medics/EMT, MAs/Nursing Students
Email PetalumaFairgroundsClinic@gmail.com w/ following info:
Name, Skill/Credential, Email, Phone, Dates Available (4hr shifts 7AM-11AM. 11AM-3PM, 3PM-7PM, 7PM-11PM, 11PM-3AM, 3AM-7AM
housing for evacuees
Bay Area hotels are starting to offer special rates for fire victims. Check this site for the full list and updates.
Airbnb has launched its Open Homes program for those seeking shelter free of charge at a residence outside of but nearby the affected areas. They are looking for hosts willing to volunteer space at their local home for evacuees.
Small animals: Pets Lifeline Animal Shelter, 19686 Eighth St. East, Sonoma, 707-996-4577.
Napa County Animal Shelter, 942 Hartle Court, Napa, will shelter dogs, cats, rabbits and other household animals.
Large animals can be taken to the Sonoma County Fairgrounds at 1350 Bennett Valley Road. Access the Fairgrounds via Gate 7 on Aston Avenue and Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds at 175 Fairgrounds Drive in Petaluma.
If you have already evacuated to Marin County, Marin Humane can offer emergency board for animals, if needed. Call 415-250-7009.
The Milo Foundation shelter, 220 S. Garrard Blvd., Point Richmond, has taken in pets. If you can foster, visit the shelter, call 510-900-2275 or visit their website.
The SPCA of Solano County, 2200 Peabody Road, Vacaville, is seeking drop-off donations of crates, blankets, towels, food, bowls, etc. for fire victims. It is open until 7 p.m. If you need a place for your animals, call 707-448-7722.
We will continue to update you as we receive more information. Please keep all those affected in your thoughts and prayers.