Airbnb And More Companies Offering Free Help To California Fire Victims
Soo many amazing companies are stepping up to help fire evacuees…
By Doug Lazy on October 29, 2019
Airbnb, UHaul and more companies are offering help to those directly affected by California’s wildfires right now…
People are really stepping up to help those being evacuated by the wildfires here in California!
Airbnb.com has a list of homes that available for FREE for victims that have had to evacuate from the Kincade and the Tick wildfires. People have graciously donated their Airbnb places for victims to stay at. If you want to list your Airbnb property or are looking for a place to stay, CLICK HERE.
And below is a list of other companies that are offering FREE services for wildfire victims:
24 Hour Fitness in Petaluma is letting non-member firefighters and evacuees can use facilities free of charge.
More than a dozen wildfires are burning in California. Thousands of pets have been forced from their homes.
— vcapethealth (@VCAPetHealth) October 28, 2019
#KincadeFire Our hearts are with everyone in our community impacted by the fires. We’re open during our regular hours today in Rohnert Park and are offering free entrées to those who have been affected by the fires and first responders. 💙 #SonomaStrong #SonomaCounty pic.twitter.com/HVPp6I7t2J
— Amy's Drive Thru (@amysdrivethru) October 28, 2019
This week, our permanent collection on Floor 2 will be free to the public through Friday, November 1.
We hope that these galleries can offer a place for reflection as we all find ways to cope with the impact of the fire and smoke. https://t.co/qKY7YQS9tq
— SFMOMA (@SFMOMA) October 28, 2019
Tomorrow through Friday (10/29–11/1), we're offering free admission to current mandatory fire evacuees—simply check in at our ticket windows with a valid ID/proof of address.
Our hearts are with all those affected. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/r72hLap5Og
— CA AcademyOfSciences (@calacademy) October 28, 2019
These are just some of the business showing the love to their friends, families and neighbors in need.
Also trending: Here’s How to Help Kincade Fire Victims and Evacuees