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FUEGO COMPLEJO NORTE

PROGRAMA DE AYUDA ECONÓMICA

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Este fondo existe para recaudar fondos para apoyar a organizaciones sin fines de lucro y agencias que brindan asistencia inmediata a los evacuados, animales y otras personas afectadas por incendios en nuestra área. 

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El Wildfire Relief & Recovery Fund apoya la reconstrucción y revitalización de comunidades en toda nuestra región afectadas por incendios forestales. Trágicamente, los incendios forestales se han vuelto cada vez más peligrosos, ocurren con más frecuencia y son increíblemente destructivos en los últimos años. Más específicamente, nuestra región ha sufrido inmensamente. Todos en nuestra región han sentido el impacto de estos incendios, y nos llevará muchos años de trabajo colaborativo reconstruir y revitalizar los hogares, la salud y el bienestar de todos nuestros vecinos. 

Nuestro objetivo es trabajar en colaboración con los sectores sin fines de lucro, gubernamentales, filantrópicos y privados para acelerar la recuperación y la reconstrucción para crear una región próspera, resiliente e incluso más fuerte. 

The North Complex Fire Grant Program is closed, however, you may still contribute the Wildfire Relief and Recovery Fund to support other relief efforts. 

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Hemos emitido más de $ 600,000  en subvenciones para refugio y suministros de socorro para los afectados por los incendios del complejo norte.

Subvenciones concedidas

Grant
Amount
Description
Butte County Search and Rescue
$10,006
To purchase required gear for over the edge vehicle rescues
From the Ground Up Farms
$10,000
Funding to help continue some basic programs who are benefiting Camp Fire families with backhoe services, tree removal, grocery and gas cards and more.
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$59,297
To support the funding of two Disaster Case Management positions for the North Complex/Bear Fire
Pioneer Union Elementary School District
$17,097
To buy and install an electronic sign to display community information, school activities and events, as well as safety information from emergency services
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$25,000
To continue providing essential services and support to fire survivors: Disaster case management, crisis counseling support, construction cost analysis assistance, monthly educational and supportive workshops, internet access to help survivors access county, state, and federal services, and more.
Butte County Sheriff's Search and Rescue
$27,000
To begin a Butte County SAR Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (drone) fleet to help with wildfire evacuations, post-fire search for unaccounted-for individuals, aerial imagery of burn scars, and planning the repopulation of evacuated areas
United Way of Northern California
$5,000
To fund the building of 20 sheds for Bear Fire survivors and additional cost for delivery
Home & Heart
$35,000
To support the hiring of a program coordinator, pay for technical support to adapt current CRM and support executive director.
Gateway Science Museum - From Earthquakes to Epidemics
$2,500
To support the Gateway Science Museum during the From Earthquakes to Epidemics: How Disaster's Transform California's People and Places exhibit. The exhibit will talk about lessons learned and way that we can prepare for the future disasters, including wildfires.
Project Camp
$25,000
To support the creation of a coalition of child-focused individuals and groups to help address the needs of children and families in future disasters.
Mountain Springs Grange
$25,565
To rebuild and enhance an outdoor gathering space at the grange property in Feather Falls
NVCF & United Way
$410,562
The Unmet Needs Roundtable will provide another outlet for resources to help case managers and their clients reach recovery goals.
Oroville Southside Community Improvement Association
$2,000
To purchase meals for Bear Fire survivors for the organization's drive-through Thanksgiving dinner giveaway
Berry Creek Community Council
$5,000
To provide food and gas cards for basic needs in winter.
Help Central Inc. (Butte-Glenn 211)
$4,000
To provide tarps, dehumidifiers and winter supplies for survivors in need
Butte County Sheriff Search and Rescue
$9,900
To purchase supplies necessary for search and rescue efforts
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$5,000
To provide gift cards for fire survivors attending the Bear Fire Remembrance event at Lakeside Plaza
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$5,000
For gift cards that encouraged Bear Fire survivors to sign up for disaster case management services at two Resource Round Up events
BC Volunteer Fire Dept. Company 52
$17,773
To replace items that will keep power and water to building in order to aid in community response efforts
St. Vincent de Paul
$25,000
For simple unmet needs for disaster case managers
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$10,000
To provide a walk-in location for services critical to the recovery of fire survivors at the Lakeside Wildfire Recovery Resource Center
Berry Creek Community Council
$5,000
To provide food and gas cards for basic needs in winter
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$5,000
Gift cards for gas and food for victims
Butte County
$34,500
To help remove financially barriers so survivors can safely rebuild and move home, and to re-establish communities
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$5,000
To purchase meals for Bear Fire survivors to sign up for disaster case management services at two Resources Round Up events
Butte County CERT
$10,000
To purchase radio equipment required to assist the community
Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council
$10,000
For the North Complex Fire Small Business and Family Relief Project allowing for vouchers to be distributed to those in need to be used at local stores
United Policyholders
$25,000
To provide fire-impacted families with up to $5,000 in assistance to secure temporary housing during their period of displacement
Tiny Pine Foundation
$3,100
To deliver free firewood to 75 fire-affected households
Paradise Alliance Church
$62,500
To expand the defensible space program to the Bear/North Complex Fire
Paradise Gleaners/Butte County Gleaners
$10,000
To provide basic needs and comfort to those most affected by the COVID crisis
Lake Madrone Water District
$125,000
For a fire prevention project in the Berry Creek area completing a fire break surrounding its 484-acre district
Butte County
$25,000
For fire survivor assistance of safe and stable housing
Tiny Pine Foundation
$5,000
To provide electric blankets to fire survivors
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$29,430
To support Butte Hope which provides mental health support, education and referrals to fire survivors throughout the area
Help Central Inc. (Butte-Glenn 211)
$23,760
To conduct intake, needs assessment, facilitate connection to available resources and provide follow up and care coordination for recovery
NVCF COVID-19 Employee Care Grant Program
$50,000
Approved transfer from Wildfire Relief and Recovery Fund approved December 16, 2020
Butte County Dept. of Employment and Social Services
$25,000
To assist survivors in transitioning from sheltering or unsheltered status to the next step in their recovery
American Humane
$2,000
The grant would help cover the costs of medical supplies, pet food, supplies, shelter costs, transportation costs, and other costs associated with the deployment.
Paradise Evangelical Free Church
$5,000
The funding we receive will go towards the purchase of tools and equipment needed to remove brush, cut up felled trees, and clean up properties.
United Way of Northern California
$50,000
To support the unmet needs of North Complex Fire survivors through case management.
Pioneer Union Elementary School District
$10,000
For "Give Away Days" every two to three weeks where families can receive donated items along with a gift card for food/gas
Sewa International
$5,000
To donate food, fresh vegetables, fruits, hygiene kits, gas cards, gift cards to evacuees in Oroville area weekly
Paradise Gleaners/Butte County Gleaners
$5,000
To collaborate with E&J's Mobile Kitchen to provide food and resources for fire victims, first responders and all their pet needs
From the Ground Up Farms, Inc.
$5,000
To provide gift cards for gas, groceries and shelter as direct aid to the new and old fire evacuees
Boys & Girls Club of the North Valley
$5,000
To immediately respond to and bring resources to families that have been displaced
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$5,000
For gift card distribution to fire survivors
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$2,500
To provide fire survivors with emergency gas cards
The Salvation Army, Chico
$10,000
Gift cards for survivors to be distributed at the Local Assistance Center
Butte County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue
$26,000
To purchase of Nomex suits and fire shelters for teams performing searches for missing people in burned-over areas
Tiny Pine Foundation
$5,000
To supply gift cards to help North Complex Fire evacuees and survivors obtain gas and food
The Axiom Project
$2,250
To support clothing giveaways for fire survivors
Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council
$20,000
Vouchers to provide gas, propane, toiletries, groceries, meals pet supplies and household goods
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$5,000
Gas cards for Butte County Office of Education (Pioneer (Berry Creek), Hearthstone, OCESD, OUHSD)
Oroville Southside Community Improvement Association
$10,000
Basic hygiene products, mobile shower and laundry unit usage, and additional cleaning due to COVID-19
Butte Hope/NVCSS
$25,000
To provide gift cards for food to survivors
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$25,000
For gift cards in response to the North Complex Fire
Oroville Rescue Mission
$7,000
To provide gift cards, mission supplies and blankets to fire survivors
Boys & Girls Clubs of the North Valley
$5,000
To provide gift cards, gas cards and hotel vouchers to displaced families
Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
$5,000
To purchase meals for Bear Fire survivors for the organization’s drive-through Thanksgiving dinner giveaway
Oroville Hope Center
$10,000
To provide gas and essential supplies to fire survivors
Youth for Change (6th Street Center)
$5,000
Supplying food, lodging vouchers and supplies for foster youth and foster families
North Valley Animal Disaster Group
$5,000
To shelter evacuated animals
American Red Cross
$10,000
To support Gridley evacuation centers
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Medios de comunicación

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COBERTURA ESPECIAL NSPR

Escuche la cobertura especial COVID-19 de NSPR que entrevista a la presidenta y directora ejecutiva, Alexa Benson-Valavanis, sobre cómo la respuesta al Camp Fire ha preparado a NVCF para ayudar a los sobrevivientes durante los últimos incendios forestales.

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INFORMACIÓN SOBRE INCENDIOS DEL COMPLEJO NORTE

Haga clic en el gráfico de arriba para obtener más información sobre los esfuerzos de respuesta y recuperación de North Complex Fire y NVCF.

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