Wildfires are devastating much of the West Coast, including many of the communities that enable the production of your beloved California wine. Today, the Glass Fire threatens communities in Sonoma and Napa, many of which are still battling the LNU Lightening Complex. Please consider donating to one of the qualified organizations below to help us raise funds for disaster recovery efforts.
The California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund supports both mid-term to long-term recovery efforts for those affected by California wildfires. While victims will need immediate support, a community's recovery is more complex and depends on the scope of the disaster, thus the need for ongoing relief and recovery efforts.
The California Fire Foundation provides emotional and financial assistance to families of fallen firefighters, firefighters, and the communities they protect. A tax-deductible donation will help commemorate fallen heroes, offer scholarships to children of fallen firefighters, provide aid to victims of fire or other natural disaster, and provide fire safety resources to underserved communities across California.
The Napa Valley Community Foundation works side-by-side with donors and nonprofits to identify and solve the most pressing problems in the Napa Valley. Designate your donation to Wildfire Relief & Recovery to ensure the funds support agencies providing services to those affected by the fires.
The Sonoma County Vintners Foundation Emergency Relief Fund was established to address the immediate, mid- and long term needs of the local community impacted by natural disaster or other emergencies in a timely manner. Please consider making a tax-deductible charitable contribution today. The Sonoma County Vintners Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
Created during the fires of October 2017, the Sonoma County Resilience Fund is the largest long-term disaster recovery fund in Sonoma County. They are supporting the community's recovery by helping individuals impacted by the fires, healing the long-term effects of trauma, and creating housing solutions for the community.