See How The Empire State Building Paid Tribute To The Victims Of California’s Deadly Wildfires

By bonneville on November 13, 2018
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Monday night, the Empire State Building lit up its upper tower sections in California’s state colors, blue and gold, in sympathy for victims and other affected by California’s wildfires. The building’s official Instagram account posted a photo of the building at dusk showing the beautiful color combo, saying the building would be lit “in sympathy for the victims of those affected by the California wildfires.”

The wildfire that turned the Northern California town of Paradise into ash, is the deadliest blaze in state history leaving at least 42 people dead. If you would like to help those affected, here’s how! 

  • The Salvation Army has deployed multiple Emergency Disaster Service teams to Butte County. They’ll be providing meals, essential items, and emotional care to both the victims and first responders. If you’d like to provide donations to help support them, head right here.
  • Airbnb is looking for people that can host relief workers and displaced victims. If you live between Sacramento and Redding and are able to take in anyone, please head right here.
  • The North Valley Community Foundation is raising money to support the efforts of the organizations working to shelter evacuees. If you’d like to learn more and donate to their cause, head right here.

More info here!

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