Provide grants to Butte County Child Support Services current and retired employees impacted by the 2018 Camp Fire for individual and family living expenses, including but not limited to housing, public utilities, food, clothing, transportation, school supplies, and other needs.
The Butte County Office of Education established the Butte County Schools Long-Term Recovery Fund to provide a centralized location for individuals and organizations to financially support students and schools impacted by the Camp Fire. Funds collected will be used for programs and services that help restore “normal and routine” activities to school communities and student lives.
California Water Service (Cal Water) and the Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO have partnered with the North Valley Community Foundation to establish a fund to support organizations assisting families who lost their homes in the Camp Fire, including organizations positioned to provide assistance to affected Cal Water employees.
The goal of the fund is to develop a trauma-responsive community based Center for young children, their families, and professionals working with them, especially in response to the Camp Fire disaster. The Center is being developed through the Butte County Office of Education's Child Development Programs and Services. Fund distributions will be determined by an independent committee. Contributions by check can be made payable to North Valley Community Foundation, 240 Main Street, Suite 260, Chico, CA 95928 with a memo that it is for the Early Childhood Recovery Fund.
To Provide Subsidies for USCIS Filing Fees for Worthy At-Risk Immigrants Eligible for Benefits In Northern California's Central Valley and Beyond, through the Guidance of Andrew Holley, Attorney for Immigrants.
This fund will provide financial resources to organizations and agencies responding to the deadly volcanic eruption in Guatemala.
100% of all donations made will go to the organizations and agencies on the ground.