Aaron Rodgers, the Chico native and NFL star quarterback, donated $1 million to help small, locally owned businesses in Butte County. Combined with an anonymous donation of $100,000 and others, the fund helped 80 restaurants and retail businesses with rent and other costs to help weather restrictions brought about by the pandemic.
Money left in the fund was augmented by "Jeopardy!", which matched the winnings of all contestants during Aaron's two weeks hosting the show and donated them to the fund. A second round of grants is now underway.
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The North Valley Community Foundation has awarded more than $40 million in grants since the Camp Fire via the Butte Strong Fund, Camp Fire Relief Fund and donor-designated funds.
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There have been some incredible people who have jumped in to help (after the Camp Fire) and it starts, in my opinion, with the North Valley Community Foundation -- raising millions of dollars, out there assessing the needs of our communities in real time and finding the best places to help.
Aaron Rodgers, Butte County native and Green Bay Packers quarterback