Welcome Home Event
Join North Valley Community Foundation and the Camp Fire Collaborative, as we honor and celebrate Camp Fire Survivors, and our funders, Samaritan’s Purse, Wells Fargo, American Red Cross and the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, for the triumphant return of survivor’s to their new homes.
The Camp Fire
The Camp Fire took less than 24 hours to devastate the Butte County communities of Paradise, Concow and Magalia. It will take years to recover. The fire on Nov. 8, 2018, quickly became the most destructive wildfire in state history.
Samaritan's Purse volunteers assisted more than 1,200 families in hard-hit communities to help them recover their personal belongings from the ashes left behind.
Samaritan's Purse worked alongside NVCF and provided $5 million to fund new manufactured homes for displaced families in Butte County.
NVCF built partnerships with other funders to raise $1.7 milllion to support the infrastructure of the project.
The Camp Fire Collaborative partnered with NVCF to administer and oversee project management and provide case management.
Long-Term Recovery & Homecoming
Survivors attended info sessions
Families selected for manufactured homes
Homes have been delivered
It takes a village...
It takes a community to heal a community. The impact of your donations to the Butte Strong Fund – Housing Initiative and the Campfire Collaborative are helping these communities and families heal, rebuild and return home.
To contribute online, please click the donate buttons below.
Butte Strong Fund - Housing Initiative
The Butte Strong Fund – Housing Initiative is working with community organizations to benefit displaced families. That not only helps family stability, but it also aids local communities and businesses by providing a stable workforce. Butte County cannot recover until all residents have temporary and then permanent places to live.
Camp Fire Collaborative
Donating to us helps us tangibly reach those affected by the Camp Fire. We are able to use the proceeds to help through case management, spiritual welfare, housing, and more.
The Camp Fire Long Term Recovery Group is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization, with a Tax ID #.
All donations are final.