Camp Fire Relief Efforts

| Hopeless | November 25, 2018

Dear readers,

One of our editors lives in the area affected by the recent Camp Fire forest fires in California. Thankfully, they are safe, but many of their loved ones have lost everything. While the fire is now safely contained, it will take months, if not years before these people can start to live a life resembling any kind of normalcy.

However, in continuing to prove that there is still yet hope for humanity, there are many relief efforts underway to help those affected. To help in the recovery, Not Always Right would like to make it easier for our readers to know which organizations are leading the efforts and make it easy for any of those who can to make donations.

Please find a list of organizations and groups below, with links, to see what is being done and find out how you can help. The Not Always Right team has donated to every one.

Thank you, from all of us here at Not Always Right.


NorCal United Way – A group that partners with nonprofits, government agencies, and businesses to support communities.

Butte County Office Of Education – “…a one-stop location where individuals or organizations could provide support directly to schools in Butte County.”

North Valley Community FoundationA foundation whose relief efforts will go immediately to local evacuation shelters, and will provide long-term support to recovery efforts.

Sierra Nevada Brewery – A brewery located in Chico, California, who will forward all donations to partners that will help rebuild the community. *Must be 21 to visit website.*

North Valley Animal Disaster Group – A group currently caring for thousands of animals displaced and/or injured by the Camp Fire.

California Fire Foundation – A group that provides support to firefighters, their families, and their communities.


Image credit: 
Top: Devastation in Paradise by the California National Guard is licensed is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Bottom: Krazy Kc Photography

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