Here’s How to Help Kincade Fire Victims and Evacuees

The Kincade Fire is already California’s biggest fire of the year, here’s how to help the fire victims and evacuees…

By bonneville on October 29, 2019
MAGALIA, CA - NOVEMBER 09: A Cal Fire firefighter sprays water on a home next to a burning home as the Camp Fire moves through the area on November 9, 2018 in Magalia, California. Fueled by high winds and low humidity, the rapidly spreading Camp Fire ripped through the town of Paradise and has quickly charred 70,000 acres and has destroyed numerous homes and businesses in a matter of hours. The fire is currently at five percent containment. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

So devasting to see 124 structures including 57 homes have been destroyed by Kincade Fire, it has grown rapidly to the size of the city of Sacramento according to KCRA. The fire is now 15 percent contained, and officials said they expected it to burn until at least Nov. 7. 

If you would like to help those affected by the fire, here’s how you can volunteer and make donations

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The Red Cross

Volunteer: Those interested in volunteering at local evacuation shelters or fire relief sites operated by The Red Cross should register at After registration, they will be contacted by The Red Cross and assigned to a site.

Make a donation: To make a donation, visit, call 1-800-RED CROSS, or text the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

Sonoma Family Meal

Volunteer and donate: Sonoma Family Meal is currently seeking trained chefs and kitchen helpers as well as people who can move food and pickup supplies and produce. Sign up to volunteer at Make a donation here.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is serving three meals a day at five evacuation centers in Napa and surrounding areas. 100 percent of donations will go toward Kincade fire relief efforts as the Salvation Army feeds and cares for evacuees and first responders. Make a donation here.

For more ways to donate or volunteer, click here.

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