Camp Fire Grants Made

We have granted $1,479,522.55 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 1/11/19.

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

Emergency Response and Relief Phase — 12/12 – open

Chico Posse Foundation — $10,000

The 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.

PEP Housing — $1,900

PEP Housing is housing several senior citizens displaced by the Camp Fire and requested assistance to provide them with essential items.

Inspire School of Arts and Sciences - 24,252.55

Inspire School of Arts and Sciences requested assistance to purchase school supplies and host events for students affected by the Camp Fire

Promotion of Animal Welfare Society - $10,000

Promotion of Animal Welfare Society requested assistance to provide medical and grooming services to pets affected by the Camp Fire.

Bidwell Junior High School Foundation - $3,900

Bidwell 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

Youth With A Mission Springs of Living Water - $25,000

Youth With A Mission Springs of Living Water requested assistance to provide housing support for crisis aid workers.

Butte County Office of Education (School Ties Program) - $25,000

Butte County Office of Education (School Ties Program) requested assistance to provide transportation assistance to 70 client families.

Boys & Girls Club of the North Valley - $25,000

Boys & Girls Club of the North Valley requested assistance to provide vital child care services for families affected by the Camp Fire.

Computers for Classrooms - $25,000

Computers for Classrooms requested assistance to provide 250 computers to students affected by the Camp Fire.

Pleasant Valley High School - $25,000

Pleasant Valley High School requested assistance to provide mental health services to students affected by the Camp Fire.

Paradise Adventist Academy - $25,000

Paradise Adventist Academy requested assistance to provide tuition and nutritional assistance to students displaced by the Camp Fire.

Butte County Office of Education - $44,800

Butte County Office of Education requested assistance to fund the creation of a Child Care Task Force Coordinator position.

Chico Country Day School PTP - $19,000

Chico Country Day School PTP requested assistance to provide direct cash assistance to families affected by the Camp Fire.

Chicostart - $10,000

Chicostart requested assistance to provide office space for people displaced by the Camp Fire.

Legal Services of Northern California - $10,000

Legal Services of Northern California requested assistance to provide direct legal assistance for people displaced by the Camp Fire.

Shasta Youth Alliance - $20,300

Shasta Youth Alliance requested assistance to purchase materials for a distribution warehouse for people who were displaced by the Camp Fire.

Help Central Inc. Dial 2-1-1 - $25,000

Help Central Inc. Dial 2-1-1 requested assistance to provide direct assistance and resources for people displaced by the Camp Fire.

Feather River Recreation & Park District - $7,500

Feather River Recreation & Park District requested assistance to provide direct services to people displaced by the Camp Fire at their location in Oroville.

Paradise Unified School District - $2,271

Paradise Unified School District requested assistance to provide supplies for students affected by the Camp Fire.

Chabad Jewish Center of Chico, Inc. - $12,000

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.

Paradise High School FLS Special Ed Class - $500

Paradise High School FLS Special Ed Class requested assistance to quickly replace cots for use by the special education class.

Sewa International - $25,000

Sewa 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.

The Salvation Army Del Oro Division, Emergency Disaster Services - $25,000

The Salvation Army Del Oro Division, Emergency Disaster Services requested assistance to provide direct cash grants to individuals displaced by the Camp Fire.

The Music Therapy Impact Fund - $15,769

The Music Therapy Impact Fund requested assistance to provide music therapy and instruments to those affected by the Camp Fire.

Reading Pals Paradise - $10,000

Reading 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.

St. Isidore School - $15,866

St. 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.

Posse Foundation - $40,000

The 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.

Angels Among Us - $6,500

Angels Among Us requested assistance to provide food service and events for those affected by the Camp Fire.

Friends of the Chico Animal Shelter - $4,950

Friends of the Chico Animal Shelter requested assistance to provide 1,000 microchips for pets in Butte County.

Paradise Animal Control and Shelter - $24,718

Paradise Animal Control and Shelter requested assistance for infrastructure and operational support to continue providing for and sheltering pets of displaced people.

Fire Angels Network - $25,000

Fire Angels Network requested assistance to continue to fund various direct assistance programs.

Paradise Fire Adopt a Family - $20,000

Paradise Fire Adopt a Family requested assistance to provide grants to individuals who lost their possessions and require specialized tools for certified job use.

From the Ground Up Farms - $25,000

From 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.

Hope Academy - $20,370

Hope Academy requested assistance to offer free education to more families through the rest of the school year.

The Outpost Restaurant and Bar - $3,855

The Outpost Restaurant and Bar requested assistance to provide food services to evacuees in the immediate aftermath of the Camp Fire.

North Valley Catholic Social Services - $25,000

North Valley Catholic Social Services requested assistance to provide direct assistance to those displaced by the Camp Fire.

 

Emergency Response Phase 11/8-12/11

Azad’s Martial Arts Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Bidwell Junior High School Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Bidwell Presbyterian Church Emergency supply hub for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Boys & Girls Club of North Valley Child care for Camp Fire evacuees 20,000
Butte County Fairgrounds Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Butte County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Team Safety Equipment for first-responders 25,000
Butte Humane Society Animal Care for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Camp Fire Public Safety Family Relief Fund First-responder support  45,000
Chico Elks Lodge No. 423 Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Chico Posse Foundation Direct assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Chico Posse Foundation Direct assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 50,000
Chico Veterans Resource Center Assistance for evacuees who are veterans 5,000
Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) Direct assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 25,000
Diocese of Sacramento Direct assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 12,000
E Center Child care for Camp Fire evacuees 25,000
East Ave Church Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Enloe Medical Center Medical assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
First Lutheran Church of Orland (For Glenn County Fairgrounds) Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Got Hope Inc. Miracle City Equipping Center Direct assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 10,525
HelpCentral.org Emergency Assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Higman Graphics Direct  assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 4,000
Jesus Center Direct services for Camp Fire Evacuees 25,000
Life Church Child Care for Camp Fire evacuees 20,000
Neighborhood Church Of Chico Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Neighborhood Church of Chico Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 25,000
New Life Church Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
North Valley Animal Disaster Group Animal Care for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Northern Valley Catholic Social Services Direct emergency assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 25,000
Orchard Hospital Medical assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Oroville Church of the Nazarene Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Oroville Hope Center Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 50,000
Oroville Hospital Medical assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Oroville Union High School District Direct assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 5,000
Parkview Elementary School PTO Displaced student services for Camp Fire evacuees 3,500
Passages Adult Resource Center Older adult assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Peg Taylor Center for Adult Day Health Care Older adult assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 22,500
Plumas Bank (For Chester Hall) Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center (For Plumas County Fairground) Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Red Cross Direct emergency cash assistance 15,000
Safe Space Winter Shelter Direct services for Camp Fire evacuees 17,646
Simply Results Physical Therapy, Inc. Health and Wellness for Camp Fire evacuees 4,000
Soroptimist International of Chico Adopt-A-Family program for Camp Fire evacuees 24,000
South Placer Acting Resource Community (SPARC) Direct assistance to Camp Fire evacuees 25,000
The Axiom Child care for Camp Fire evacuees 13,500
The Fathers House Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 5,000
The Salvation Army Direct assistance to Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Thrive Homeschool Program Child care for Camp Fire evacuees 20,400
Torres Shelter Emergency Shelter and direct services for Camp Fire evacuees 4,000
Tzu Chi Direct assistance to Camp Fire evacuees 15,000
United Way of Northern California Direct emergency cash assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 15,000
Valley Oak Children’s Services Child Care for Camp Fire evacuees 20,000
Wags and Whiskers Pet Rescue Animal Care for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
World Central Kitchen Food assistance for Camp Fire evacuees 25,000
Youth for Change Direct assistance to Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds Emergency Shelter for Camp Fire evacuees 10,000
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