Camp Fire Grants Made

We have granted $2,873,283.88 so far!

The North Valley Community Foundation has actively distributing monies to the following organizations sheltering and serving those affected by the Camp Fire. If you work with an organization that is providing service to fire victims, please request support. All grants are approved by committee. Please note that there is a 1% administrative fee on all donations to the Camp Fire Relief Fund. Updated 3/18/19.

All grants are made based on requests from organizations. If your organization is seeking financial assistance, please submit a request.

Received By:DescriptionAmountDate
Bidwell Wildlife RehabilitationBidwell Wildlife Rehabilitation requested assistance to purchase a shed to house newborn wildlife; funding to buy formula and food for newborn wildlife, and funding to buy miscellaneous supplies that were lost in the fire. $15,000.003/18/19
California Vocations, Inc.California Vocations requested assistance to replace a portion of their adapted communication systems and physical stimuli equipment that were lost in the fire, and replace client I-pads and communication/interactive software and physical/visual stimuli equipment. $25,000.003/18/19
Camelot Equestrian Park FoundationCamelot Equestrian Park Foundation requested assistance to improve and repair the Butte County Large Animal Disaster Evacuation Center located at Camelot Equestrian Park.$25,000.003/18/19
Catholic Foundation - Diocese of SacramentoCatholic Foundation - Diocese of Sacramento requested assistance for money that will be used to credit students' tuition accounts, directly offset associated fees, such as school lunches, sports fees, fees for books and technology. $8,600.003/18/19
Durham Intermediate SchoolDurham Intermediate School requested assistance to purchase 100 gas cards to assist staff teaching in Durham because of the Camp Fire.$10,000.003/18/19
From the Ground Up Farms, IncFrom the Ground Up Farms, Inc requested assistance to replace medical devices, pay mechanics, replace tires and support other needs of Camp Fire victims. $25,000.003/18/19
The Lyme CenterThe Lyme Center requested assistance to provide funds towards the replacement of medications, supplements, naturopathic medications and medical supplies lost in the fire. This would provide 20 $500 grants to cover remedies.$10,000.003/18/19
The Salvation Army - Oroville CorpsThe Salvation Army - Oroville Corps requested assistance to procure a Salvation Army Mobile Kitchen, which will enable them to provide 3 meals a day to up to 1000 people as they transition back to their properties.$15,000.003/18/19
Throwing Starfish FoundationThrowing Starfish Foundation requested assistance to provide items on Amazon Wishlists for Camp Fire families, offset the cost of rent, provide relocation assistance and provide help for people off the grid.$20,000.003/18/19
Report for AmericaReport for America requested assistance to cover 25% of the cost of placing a Reporter for America journalist in the Chico Enterprise-Record newsroom to report on Butte County's wildfire news for 1 year.$6,760.003/11/19
Thrive Homeschool Program (on behalf of Camp Wild Heart)Camp Wild Heart requested assistance to fund Chico's premier STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) day camp.$25,000.003/11/19
Social Good Fund (on behalf of Empower Me Art)Empower Me Art requested assistance to offer safe and creative expressive art workshops to help bring normality to communities affected by the Camp Fire.$15,000.003/11/19
Neal Dow SchoolNew Dow School requested assistance to hire an ASSIST Team Sports for a structured and safe recess.$7,425.003/11/19
Ponderosa Elementary SchoolPonderosa Elementary School Functional Life Skills Class requested assistance for changing table with steps, changing pad, changing table paper rolls, touch screen devices, and durable cases for those devices. The items purchased will be used for the education and care of students with severe special needs$5,145.003/11/19
North Valley Animal Disaster GroupNorth Valley Animal Disaster Group requested assistance to go towards a $50,000 Communications Vehicle that will be used for animal rescue team communication within mountainous areas.$25,000.003/11/19
Chico Art Center & Celebration of People Inc. (on behalf of Butte County Art of Wheels)Butte County Art on Wheels requested assistance to fund a series of portable murals for each school that was displaced by the Camp Fire.$15,000.003/11/19
Liberty Ministries Christian FellowshipLiberty Ministries Christian Fellowship requested assistance to increase the number of trips used to deliver supplies to multiple organizations who are serving Camp Fire victims.$25,000.003/4/2019
Children's Community Charter SchoolChildren's Community Charter School requested assistance to provide yearbooks for their students at Children's Community Charter School. The money will go towards the cost for 175 copies. This includes several for interested students who have had to leave the area due to the fire.$4,150.583/4/2019
Stand For KindnessStand For Kindness requested assistance to continue helping families by providing them with gas cards, car repairs, and new house-wares. They would provide $50 in gas cards for 100 families, $666.67 for car repair for 3 families, and $135.34 for new housewares for 133 families.$25,000.003/4/2019
Green Cross (on behalf of Butte County CISM Team)Butte County CISM Team, along with a Green Cross, provided trauma training for 40-45 pastors of Butte County. Green Cross met with 5 churches providing services in Paradise, Magalia and Concow, providing mental health psychological first aid to both the congregants, the secular population and the pastors.$4,300.003/4/2019
Gridley Recreation DivisionGridley Recreation Division wants requested assistance to expand a playground area near a FEMA trailer site. The grant is to offset some of the costs of resurfacing the playground$25,000.003/4/2019
PineRidge ElementaryPineRidge Elementary requested assistance to offer additional accommodations for a special-needs education environment at the school.$20,000.003/4/2019
Cedarwood Elementary SchoolCedarwood Elementary School requested assistance to host the Traveling Lantern Theatre Company for Children to provide 2 performances for children at the school.$800.002/22/2019
Heartstrings CounselingThe Heartstrings Counseling requested assistance to start the Fire Survivor Counseling Fund. This fund will provide free counseling services to Camp Fire survivors who have relocated to Placer County.$5,000.002/22/2019
North Bay DonateNorth Bay Donate requested assistance to make custom care packages for fire survivors. This will include groceries, propane, gas, housing, and car and RV repairs.$5,000.002/22/2019
Marsh Junior High SchoolMarsh Junior High School requested assistance to create calming rooms at their school. The room will contain comfortable seating, low lighting, manipulatives, calming activities and therapeutic tools. $5,000.002/22/2019
Sherwood MontessoriSherwood Montessori requested assistance to host a parent training to help parents support their children who have experienced trauma. They are also requesting funds to offer a scholarship for the wilderness camp as well as supplies for a 7th-grade student and instructor.$1,538.002/22/2019
Global Empowerment Mission, Inc.Global Empowerment Mission requested assistance to provide to residents in need with housing assistance, tools to get a job, therapy, relocation and aid to small businesses. $50,000.002/22/2019
Paradise High SchoolParadise High School requested assistance to provide World History students (135) a free trip to screen Schindler's List as part of their holocaust curriculum.$1,075.002/22/2019
Paradise Intermediate SchoolParadise Intermediate School requested assistance to have Keith Hawkins as a speaker to speak about trauma and money towards a new PA system for the presentation, and later for school announcements and events.$1,500.002/22/2019
Paradise Unified School DistrictParadise Unified School District requested assistance to purchase data for internet use at Paradise Intermediate School, currently located in the old Orchard Hardware Store building, which lacks the infrastructure to provide internet at the level that a school needs. T-Mobile is donating the use of a cellular tower on wheels (COW) and hotspots, and the district is requesting a grant to pay for the discounted data costs.$25,000.002/22/2019
Magalia Pines Baptist ChurchMagalia Pines Baptist Church requested assistance to continue relief operations for the Magalia Pines Recovery Center. This includes food service, water, utility assistance, distribution of donated items and purchase and distribution of other items.$25,000.002/22/2019
Disaster Relief Strike-ForceDisaster Relief Strike-Force requested assistance to continue providing shelter, food, transitional housing and other resources for affected families.$25,000.002/15/2019
Paradise IntermediateParadise Intermediate students requested assistance to provide the students with PE trips and recreational activities and events.$25,000.002/15/2019
Magalia Community ChurchMagnolia Community Church requested assistance to offset utility costs and property insurance at their location where they are providing services to Camp Fire victims.$25,000.002/15/2019
Magalia Beautification AssociationThe Magalia Beautification Association requested assistance to reconstruct the community gardens, planters and the "Welcome to Magalia" sign damaged by the fire. $10,000.002/15/2019
Throwing Starfish FoundationThe Throwing Starfish Foundation has requested assistance to provide more direct assistance for Camp Fire families. They have been supplying shelter, food service, medical, and transitional housing.$25,000.002/15/2019
Achieve Charter SchoolAchieve Charter School requested assistance to cover costs for transportation tickets and other expenses for three trips over the remainder of the school year.$6,225.002/15/2019
Alalusi FoundationAlalusi Foundation requested assistance to provide direct assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire.$5,000.002/15/2019
Sacramento Kindness CampaignSacramento Kindness Campaign requested assistance to provide direct assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire.$5,000.002/15/2019
Camp Fire Long Term Recovery GroupCamp Fire Long Term Recovery Group requested assistance for operational support.$5,000.0002/12/2019
Achieve Charter School of Paradise Inc.Achieve Charter School of Paradise requested assistance to send their 6th and 8th-grade classes on their annual field trip free of charge and with adequate gear.$25,000.0002/12/2019
Pedro Gtp ReliefPedro Gtp Relief is requesting assistance to continue the operation of their relief warehouse in Redding that has been serving those affected by the Camp Fire.$25,000.0002/12/2019
Passages (CSU Chico Research Foundation)Passages requested assistance to help older adults affected by the Camp Fire secure medical equipment and home items.$25,000.0002/12/2019
Little Chico Creek Elementary SchoolLittle Chico Creek Elementary School requested assistance to make the A.S.S.I.S.T Team Coaches program, which offers a play-based curriculum that teaches social-emotional skills through playground games and social interaction, available to students.$6,800.0002/12/2019
The Outpost Restaurant and BarThe Outpost Restaurant and Bar requested assistance to help offset the costs of providing housing and food to those affected by the Camp Fire for 1 year.$25,000.0002/05/2019
Feather River CenterFeather River Center requested assistance to provide a no-cost trip to the Forebay Aquatic Center for students at two schools affected by the Camp Fire$7,500.0002/05/2019
Inspire FoundationInspire Foundation requested assistance to cover the costs of SAT and PSAT exams for 70 students, and the costs of AP exams for 100 students, as well as additional funds for their individual need fund.$25,000.0002/05/2019
Chico Meals on WheelsChico Meals on Wheels requested assistance to meet the increased need for their meal services due to the increased population in Chico, as well as their commitment to serve the clients of Paradise Meals on Wheels, which no longer exists. This grant was matched by a $10,000 from the Stiefvater Senior Endowment.$25,000.001/30/2019
Achieve Charter School of Paradise Inc.Achieve Charter School of Paradise Inc. requested assistance to provide campus security at their new location at Life Church on East Avenue for the remainder of the 2018-19 school year.$11,025.001/30/2019
Achieve Charter School of Paradise Inc.Achieve Charter School of Paradise Inc. requested assistance to provide campus security at their new location at Life Church on East Avenue for the 2019-20 school year$21,280.001/30/2019
Beth Israel of Redding (on behalf of CARR Furnishings)Carr Furnishings requested assistance to warehouse and provide furniture to those who relocated to Shasta County because of the Camp Fire.$20,000.001/30/2019
California Vocations, Inc.California Vocations, Inc. requested assistance to support 40 disabled clients$25,000.001/25/2019
Oroville Hope CenterOroville Hope Center requested assistance to offset the costs of new warehouse employees for their distribution program.$25,000.001/25/2019
Veterans Resource Centers of AmericaVeterans Resource Centers of America requested assistance to help veterans secure permanent housing$20,000.001/25/2019
Chico Natural Foods CooperativeChico Natural Foods Cooperative requested assistance to provide $100 gift cards to 192 displaced individuals for the Chico Co-op identified through the Hungry Wildcat Food Pantry.$19,200.001/25/2019
Golden Feather Union Elementary School DistrictGolden Feather Union Elementary School District requested assistance to provide mental health services and a therapy dog program to affected students.$25,000.001/23/2019
Paradise ElementaryParadise Elementary requested assistance to provide funding for field trips for 275 students for the rest of the year.$4,500.001/23/2019
Chico High SchoolChico High School requested assistance to provide ongoing trauma support.$20,000.001/23/2019
Paradise High School ActivitiesParadise High School Activities requested assistance to provide all of the usual activities to Paradise High students free of charge for the rest of the year.$24,297.001/23/2019
Paradise Charter Middle SchoolParadise Charter Middle School requested assistance to provide 170 yearbooks free of charge to students and staff.$3,400.001/23/2019
Ponderosa Elementary SchoolPonderosa Elementary School requested assistance to purchase mats and software that are part of the Bee Bots program that are used in the Kindergarten STEM lab.$936.721/23/2019
Global Empowement MissionGlobal Empowerment Mission requested assistance to assist in the relocation of RVs from the Chico Campground to more permanent and stable locations.$10,000.001/23/2019
Global Empowement MissionGlobal Empowerment Mission requested assistance to facilitate a gift card distribution network through Paradise Fire Adopt a Family.$25,000.001/23/2019
Edinburgh FundThe Edinburgh Fund requested assistance to cover the expenses of 10 students affected by the Camp Fire who are going to perform in Scotland.$25,000.001/23/2019
Chico Country Day SchoolChico Country Day School requested assistance to provide Chromebooks and counseling services to displaced students as well as gear and tuition for upcoming environmental camp and camping field trips$25,000.001/22/2019
Chico Oaks Adventist SchoolChico Oaks Adventist School requested assistance to bring classrooms being used for new students up to the standard of the rest of the campus, and for Chromebooks for new students$25,000.001/22/2019
Youth With A Mission -- Springs of Living WaterYouth With A Mission -- Springs of Living Water requested assistance to provide housing to volunteer crews coming in to help in the wake of the fire, as well as transitional housing for several evacuees$25,000.001/22/2019
Paradise Irrigation DistrictParadise Irrigation District is requesting assistance to offset the cost of water tests and staff time to test the water quality and safety of those residents in Paradise still living on their properties.$25,000.001/22/2019
Computers for ClassroomsComputers for Classrooms requested assistance to provide 250 laptops to Butte College students affected by the Camp Fire.$25,000.001/22/2019
From the Ground Up FarmsFrom the Ground Up Farms requested assistance to provide gift/cash cards to those affected by the Camp Fire.$25,000.001/18/2019
Yankee Hill Historical SocietyYankee Hill Historical Society requested assistance to provide a portable toilet and handwashing station for a facility that would be used for community meetings in Yankee Hill/Concow$3,712.001/18/2019
Hillel of ChicoHillel of Chico request assistance to offset the costs of a Celebration of Life service for those lost in the Camp Fire$11,432.031/18/2019
Sierra View Elementary SchoolSierra View Elementary School requested assistance to offset costs related to bringing in and providing supplies for new and existing students who were displaced by the fire.$3,750.001/18/2019
Butte County Fire Safe CouncilButte County Fire Safe Council request assistance to develop and publish the California Native Plant Society Wildfire Recovery Guide to help with wildfire prevention.$15,000.001/18/2019
Throwing Starfish FoundationThrowing Starfish Foundation requested assistance to provide direct assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire.$20,000.001/18/2019
Yankee Hill Fire Safe CouncilYankee Hill Fire Safe Council requested assistance to provide direct assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire.$25,000.001/18/2019
RV4CampfirefamilyRV4Campfirefamily requested assistance to purchase and repair RVs for the RV matching program to benefit those affected by the Camp Fire.$25,000.001/18/2019
Chico Community Scholarship AssociationChico Community Scholarship Association requested assistance to provide scholarships to graduating seniors who were affected by the Camp Fire.$25,000.001/18/2019
American Tents (On behalf of Angels Among Us)Angels Among Us requested assistance to provide food service and events for those affected by the Camp Fire.$3,000.0001/15/2019
We Do Designs (On behalf of Angels Among Us)Angels Among Us requested assistance to provide food service and events for those affected by the Camp Fire.$3,500.0001/15/2019
Friends of the Chico Animal ShelterFriends of the Chico Animal Shelter requested assistance to provide 1,000 microchips for pets in Butte County.$4,950.0001/15/2019
Paradise Animal Control and ShelterParadise Animal Control and Shelter requested assistance for infrastructure and operational support to continue providing for and sheltering pets of displaced people.$24,718.0001/15/2019
Sacramento Grove of the Oak (on behalf of Fire Angels Network)Fire Angels Network requested assistance to continue to fund various direct assistance programs.$25,000.0001/15/2019
Global Empowerment Mission (on behalf of Paradise Fire Adopt a Family)Paradise Fire Adopt a Family requested assistance to provide grants to individuals who lost their possessions and require specialized tools for certified job use.$20,000.0001/15/2019
From the Ground Up FarmsFrom the Ground Up Farms requested assistance to purchase and provide a portable wood mill to individuals in Concow who are attempting to clean their properties.$25,000.0001/15/2019
Hope AcademyHope Academy requested assistance to offer free education to more families through the rest of the school year.$20,370.0001/15/2019
The Outpost Restaurant and BarThe Outpost Restaurant and Bar requested assistance to provide food services to evacuees in the immediate aftermath of the Camp Fire.$3,855.0001/15/2019
North Valley Catholic Social ServicesNorth Valley Catholic Social Services requested assistance to provide direct assistance to those displaced by the Camp Fire.$25,000.0001/15/2019
The Salvation Army Del Oro Division, Emergency Disaster ServicesThe Salvation Army Del Oro Division, Emergency Disaster Services requested assistance to provide direct cash grants to individuals displaced by the Camp Fire.$25,000.0001/04/2019
Posse FoundationThe Chico Posse Foundation has been distributing gift cards and providing direct services to those displaced by the Camp Fire since it began. This grant is our latest support of their program.$40,000.0001/04/2019
Sewa InternationalSewa International requested assistance to provide direct material assistance to those displace by the Camp Fire, as well as to host a Christmas event that was attended by more than 200.$25,000.0001/03/2019
The Music Therapy FundThe Music Therapy Impact Fund requested assistance to provide music therapy and instruments to those affected by the Camp Fire.$15,769.0001/03/2019
Reading Pals ParadiseReading Pals Paradise requested assistance to replace supplies and offset the cost of personnel in order to make the Reading Pals program available to those affected by the Camp Fire.$10,000.0001/03/2019
St. Isidore SchoolSt. Isidore School requested assistance to offset the cost of providing free preschool tuition to the younger siblings of students who were displaced by the Camp Fire.$15,866.0001/03/2019
Paradise Unified School DistrictParadise Unified School District requested assistance to provide supplies for students affected by the Camp Fire.$2,271.0012/26/2018
Chabad Jewish Center of Chico, Inc.Chabad Jewish Center of Chico, Inc. requested assistance to operate a program to match those who lost vehicles in the Camp Fire with donated or purchased vehicles.$12,000.0012/26/2018
HelpCentral.orgCalifornia CF initated a pass-through grant for Butte County 2-1-1 from funds donated to the Camp Fire Relief Fund$50,000.0012/26/2018
Paradise High School FLS Special Ed ClassParadise High School FLS Special Ed Class requested assistance to quickly replace cots for use by the special education class.$500.0012/26/2018
Petaluma Ecumencial Properties (DBA PEP Housing)PEP Housing is housing several senior citizens displaced by the Camp Fire and requested assistance to provide them with essential items.$1,900.0012/19/2018
Inspire School of Arts and SciencesInspire School of Arts and Sciences requested assistance to purchase school supplies and host events for students affected by the Camp Fire$24,252.5512/19/2018
Promotion of Animal Welfare Society, dba PAWSPromotion of Animal Welfare Society requested assistance to provide medical and grooming services to pets affected by the Camp Fire.$10,000.0012/19/2018
Bidwell Junior High School FoundationBidwell Junior High School Foundation requested assistance to provide school supplies, P.E. uniforms, hygiene kits, and spirit items to students displaced by the Camp Fire$3,900.0012/19/2018
Youth With A Mission Springs of Living WaterYouth With A Mission Springs of Living Water requested assistance to provide housing support for crisis aid workers.$25,000.0012/19/2018
Butte County Office of Education (School Ties Program)Butte County Office of Education (School Ties Program) requested assistance to provide transportation assistance to 70 client families.$25,000.0012/19/2018
Boys & Girls Club of the North ValleyBoys & Girls Club of the North Valley requested assistance to provide vital child care services for families affected by the Camp Fire.$25,000.0012/19/2018
Computers for ClassroomsComputers for Classrooms requested assistance to provide 250 computers to students affected by the Camp Fire.$25,000.0012/19/2018
Diocese of SacramentoDiocese of Sacramento requested assistance to provide child care to those affected by the Camp Fire$13,410.0012/19/2018
Pleasant Valley High SchoolPleasant Valley High School requested assistance to provide mental health services to students affected by the Camp Fire.$25,000.0012/19/2018
Paradise Adventist AcademyParadise Adventist Academy requested assistance to provide tuition and nutritional assistance to students displaced by the Camp Fire.$25,000.0012/19/2018
Butte County Office of EducationButte County Office of Education requested assistance to fund the creation of a Child Care Task Force Coordinator position.$44,800.0012/19/2018
Chico Country Day School PTPChico Country Day School PTP requested assistance to provide direct cash assistance to families affected by the Camp Fire.$19,000.0012/17/2018
Chico Economic Planning Corporation (dba Chicostart)Chicostart requested assistance to provide office space for people displaced by the Camp Fire.$10,000.0012/17/2018
Legal Services of Northern CaliforniaLegal Services of Northern California requested assistance to provide direct legal assistance for people displaced by the Camp Fire.$10,000.0012/17/2018
Shasta Youth AllianceShasta Youth Alliance requested assistance to purchase materials for a distribution warehouse for people who were displaced by the Camp Fire.$20,300.0012/17/2018
HelpCentral.orgHelp Central Inc. Dial 2-1-1 requested assistance to provide direct assistance and resources for people displaced by the Camp Fire.$25,000.0012/17/2018
Feather River Recreation & Park DistrictFeather River Recreation & Park District requested assistance to provide direct services to people displaced by the Camp Fire at their location in Oroville.$7,500.0012/17/2018
St. Matthew Lutheran Church (For South Placer Acting Resource Community (SPARC))South Placer Acting Resource Community (SPARC) requested assistance to provide direct assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire$25,000.0012/11/2018
Chico Posse FoundationThe Chico Posse Foundation has been distributing gift cards and providing direct services to those displaced by the Camp Fire since it began.$10,000.0012/10/2018
Oroville Hope CenterOroville Hope Center emergency shelter and services for those affected by the Camp Fire$50,000.0012/10/2018
Got Hope Inc. Miracle City Equipping CenterGot Hope Inc. Miracle City Equipping Center requested assistance to provide direct assistance services for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,525.0012/05/2018
Butte County Sheriff's Search and Rescue TeamButte County Sheriff's Search and Rescue Team requested assistance to provide safety equipment for first-responders$25,000.0012/04/2018
Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP)Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) requested assistance to provide direct services for those affected by the Camp Fire$25,000.0012/04/2018
Diocese of SacramentoDiocese of Sacramento requested assistance to provide direct assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire$12,000.0012/04/2018
Parkview Elementary School PTOParkview Elementary School PTO requested assistance to provide displaced student services for those affected by the Camp Fire.$3,500.0012/04/2018
Simply Results Physical Therapy, Inc.Simply Results Physical Therapy, Inc. requested assistance to provide health and wellness services for those affected by the Camp Fire.$4,000.0012/04/2018
The Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Army requested assistance to provide emergency services for those affected by the Camp Fire.$10,000.0012/04/2018
Thrive Homeschool ProgramThrive Homeschool Program requested assistance to provice child care for those affected by the Camp Fire$20,400.0012/04/2018
Chico Posse FoundationDirect assistance for Camp Fire evacuees$10,000.0011/29/2018
Chico Posse FoundationDirect assistance for Camp Fire evacuees$50,000.0011/29/2018
Safe Space Winter ShelterSafe Space Winter Shelter requested assistance to provide direct services evacuations centers and those affected by the Camp Fire$17,646.0011/29/2018
Soroptimist International of ChicoSoroptimist International of Chico requested assitance to offset costs associated with their Adopt-A-Family program for those affected by the Camp Fire$24,000.0011/29/2018
The Axiom ProjectThe Axiom Project requested assistance to provide child care for those affected by the Camp Fire$13,500.0011/29/2018
Wags and Whiskers Pet RescueWags and Whiskers Pet Rescue requested assistance to provide animal care for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/29/2018
E CenterE Center requested assistance to provide child care for those affected by the Camp Fire$25,000.0011/27/2018
Higman GraphicsHigman Graphics requested assistance to provide direct material assistance for those affected by the Camp Fire$4,000.0011/27/2018
Life ChurchLife Church requested assistance to provide child care for those affected by the Camp Fire$20,000.0011/27/2018
Northern Valley Catholic Social ServicesNorthern Valley Catholic Social Services requested assistance to provide direct emergency assistance for those affected by the Camp Fire$25,000.0011/27/2018
Orchard HospitalOrchard Hospital was selected for a grant to offset the costs of providing medical assistance for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/27/2018
American Red CrossAmerican Red Cross was selected fro a grant to provide direct emergency cash assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire$15,000.0011/27/2018
The Fathers HouseThe Fathers House of Live Oak requested assistance to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$5,000.0011/27/2018
Tzu ChiTzu Chi requested assistance to provide direct cash assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire$15,000.0011/27/2018
United Way of Northerm CaliforniaUnited Way of Northerm California requested assistance to provide direct cash assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire$15,000.0011/27/2018
Valley Oak Children's ServicesValley Oak Children's Services requested assistance to provide child care for those affected by the Camp Fire$20,000.0011/27/2018
World Central KitchenWorld Central Kitchen requested assistance to provide nutritional assistance for Camp Fire evacuees$25,000.0011/27/2018
Neighborhood Church of ChicoEmergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees$25,000.0011/27/2018
Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center (For Plumas County Fairground)Plumas County Fairground was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/21/2018
Youth For ChangeYouth For Change requested assistance to provide direct assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/21/2018
Boys & Girls Club of the North ValleyBoys & Girls Club of the North Valley requested assistance to provide child care for those affected by the Camp Fire$20,000.0011/20/2018
Chico Veterans Resource CenterChico Veterans Resource Center requested assistance to provide direct services for veterans who were affected by the Camp Fire$5,000.0011/20/2018
Enloe Medical CenterEnloe Medical Center was selected for a grant to offset the costs of providing medical assistance for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/20/2018
Oroville HospitalOroville Hospital was selected for a grant to offset the costs of providing medical assistance for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/20/2018
Peg Taylor Center for Adult Day Health CarePeg Taylor Center for Adult Day Health Care requested assistance to provide assistance to older adults who were affected by the Camp Fire$22,500.0011/20/2018
Plumas Bank (For Chester Hall)Chester Hall was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/19/2018
Camp Fire Public Safety Family Relief FundCamp Fire Public Safety Family Relief Fund requested assistance to provide support first-responder families$10,000.0011/18/2018
Butte Humane SocietyButte Humane Society requested assistance to provide animal care for those affected by the Camp Fire$45,000.0011/16/2018
HelpCentral.orgHelpCentral.org requested assistance to provide emergency information assistance for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/16/2018
Jesus CenterThe Jesus Center requested assistance to provide direct services to those affected by the Camp Fire$25,000.0011/16/2018
North Valley Animal Disaster GroupNorth Valley Animal Disaster Group requested assistance to provide animal care and rescue for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/16/2018
Oroville Union High School DistrictOroville Union High School District requested assistance to provide direct cash assistance to those affected by the Camp Fire$5,000.0011/16/2018
Passages Adult Resource CenterPassages Adult Resource Center requested assistance to provide assistance to older adults who were affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/16/2018
Torres ShelterTorres Shelter requested assistance to provide emergency shelter and direct services for those affected by the Camp Fire$4,000.0011/16/2018
First Lutheran Church of Orland (For Glenn County Fairgrounds)Glenn County Fairgrounds was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/14/2018
New Life ChurchNew Life Church was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/14/2018
Azad's Martial ArtsAzad's Martial Arts was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/13/2018
Bidwell Junior High School FoundationBidwell Junior High School Foundation was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/13/2018
Bidwell Presbyterian ChurchBidwell Presbyterian Church requested assistance to offset the costs of becomeing an emergency supply hub for Camp Fire evacuation centers$10,000.0011/13/2018
Butte County FairgroundsButte County Fairgrounds was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/13/2018
Chico Elks Lodge No. 423Chico Elks Lodge No. 423 was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/13/2018
East Ave ChurchEast Ave Church was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/13/2018
Neighborhood Church of ChicoNeighborhood Church of Chico was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/13/2018
Oroville Church of the NazareneOroville Church of the Nazarene was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/13/2018
Yuba-Sutter FairgroundsYuba-Sutter Fairgrounds was selected for a grant to continue to provide emergency shelter for those affected by the Camp Fire$10,000.0011/13/2018
Dial NVCF