Donate to Those in Need

Your support and contributions will enable us to provide relief to those in need in the greater Sonoma County area. All cash donations will be used to provide immediate and long term support for local families in need.  Sonoma County Fire Relief is a non-profit organization with a 501(c)(3) tax ID #82-3101217

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Wish List

Gift Cards

Amazon 

Costco

Walmart

Target  

Friedman's Home Improvement

Safeway 

Oliver’s Market 

7-Eleven 

Walgreens 

Chevron 

76 Gas

Valero 

True Value Ace Hardware

Bed Bath & Beyond

Macy's

Kohl's

Nordstrom Rack

Marshalls

Ross

JCPenney

Cattlemens

Applebee’s

Chevy’s

Carrows

Denny’s

IHOP

Panera Bread

Mary’s Pizza Shack

Mountain Mike’s Pizza

Taco Bell

Jack in the Box

Wendy’s

Burger King

McDonald’s

Essentials

(All New)


Toiletries

Clothes

Bedding

Blankets

Towels

Baby Supplies

Pet Supplies

Mattresses

Furniture

Kitchen Utensils

Kitchen Appliances (Small)

Kids Books

Adult Books

Kids Toys

Kids Games

Decks of Cards

Holiday Stockings

Holiday Trees

Holiday Decorations


Anything to help with monthly expenses so that they can cover their temporary housing costs, increased transportation fees, and other unexpected costs while they work hard to rebuild their lives!

Sports Equipment

(All New or Gently Used)


Baseball Gloves

Softball Gloves

Baseball Bats

Softball Bats

Baseball Cleats

Softball Cleats

Baseball Helmets

Baseball Pants

Softball Pants

Batting Gloves

Catcher Equipment

Soccer Balls

Shinguards

Soccer Cleats

Footballs

Football Cleats

Football Pads

Football Pants

Basketballs

Basketball Shoes

Volleyballs

Volleyball Pads

Volleyball Shoes

Hockey Sticks

Hockey Pads

Hockey Goalie Equipment

Tennis Rackets

Bicycles

Skateboards

Tricycles

Musical Instruments

501(c)(3) Non-Profit Tax ID

Sonoma County Fire Relief is a non-profit organization with a 501(c)(3) tax ID #82-3101217

You can deduct contributions for flood relief, hurricane relief, or other disaster relief to a qualified organization (defined under Organizations That Qualify To Receive Deductible Contributions). However, you can't deduct contributions earmarked for relief of a particular individual or family. Pub. 3833, Disaster Relief, Providing Assistance through Charitable Organizations, has more information about disaster relief, including how to establish a new charitable organization. Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Publication 526 Cat. No. 15050A Charitable Contributions For use in preparing 2016 Returns.  You can also find more information on IRS.gov. Enter “disaster relief” in the search box.