WILDFIRE RELIEF & RECOVERY FUND
This fund exists to raise money to support nonprofits and agencies providing immediate assistance to evacuees, animals and others impacted by fires in our area.
The Wildfire Relief & Recovery Fund supports the rebuilding and revitalization of communities throughout our region impacted by wildfire. Tragically, the wildfires have become more and more dangerous, happen more frequently and are incredibly destructive in recent years. More specifically, our region has suffered immensely. The impact of these fires has been felt by everyone in our region, and it will take many years of collaborative work for us to rebuild and revitalize homes, health and wellbeing for all of our neighbors
Our goal is to work collaboratively with the nonprofit, government, philanthropic and private sectors to accelerate recovery and rebuilding to create a thriving, resilient and even stronger region.
NVCF is able to offer this grant program to our service area because of our generous donors. This fund was opened so foundations, businesses and individuals can make donations to help vulnerable members of our communities during this crisis. NVCF collects a 5 percent service fee on donations to this fund to administer the effort.
Wildfire Relief Grant Programs
Other Grants Issued
The Wildfire Relief and Recovery grants listed here are for general wildfire education and preparedness projects.
Home & Heart
To support the hiring of a program coordinator, pay for technical support to adapt current CRM and support executive director.
Disaster Relief Home Share
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.
Community Organizing Program
Gateway Science Museum - From Earthquakes to Epidemics
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.