Date: Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Location: Olympus Jr. High School Parking Lot
(2625 La Croix Drive, Roseville, CA 95661 )
The event, presented by Butte County Fire Relief (part of the Sonoma County Fire Relief Family) in combination with Renee Baio and the Bailey Baio Angel Foundation, will offer holiday décor and gifts (including gift cards, toys, games, books, and sporting equipment), as well as essentials such as new clothing and toiletries, among much more, at no cost to anyone in need. Butte County Fire Relief will be giving away $200 gift cards to the first 100 fire victims (up to $20,000). Information about FEMA, the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA), and housing will also be available. Dinner will be complimentary.
Schools in the Eureka Union School District have raised thousands of dollars for the fire victims in Butte County, Granite Bay FC (soccer club) and Maidu Little League (baseball club) are donating sports equipment, and people all over California have made donations, including former stuntwoman and actress, Renee Baio, married to Scott Baio from “Happy Days” and “Charles in Charge”. All of this will be available to fire victims this Wednesday, December 5th at Olympus Jr. High School.
If you would like to make a donation please visit https://sonomacountyfirerelief.org/donations or you can drop off gift cards and/or other items that will help the fire victims rebuild their lives at Douglas Feed & Pet Supply (5460 Douglas Blvd, Ste. D, Granite Bay, CA 95746) https://douglasfeedandpetsupply.com/ or The Studio Martial Arts & Fitness (8200 Sierra College Blvd, Ste. D, Roseville, CA 95661) https://trainatthestudio.com/ now until the day of the event. Olympus Jr. High School is not a drop off point prior to the event and we are not accepting used clothing at this point in time. Thank you!
We are matching up sponsors with people who lost their homes and/or jobs to the fires in Sonoma and Napa County. We already have over 90 families/468 people who have been adopted, but we have so many more in need.
If you would like to adopt a family, please email us at email@example.com and we will send you a family in need, including first names, genders, ages, shirt sizes, pants sizes, shoe sizes, favorite colors, interests, and 3 wish list gifts! If you prefer, you can make a donation directly on our website here.
If you are a fire victim and would like to register you and/or your family in our adoption program, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can register here. Please include your first name(s), gender(s), age(s), shirt size(s), pants size(s), shoe size(s), favorite colors, interests, and 3 wish list gifts for each person.
Date: Saturday, December 16th and Sunday, December 17th
Location: Maria Carrillo High School Parking Lot
(6975 Montecito Blvd, Santa Rosa, CA 95409).
We will be giving away gift cards, holiday decorations, new and slightly used items, and free lunch from 12:00pm-1:00pm...first come, first serve. We will also be signing up fire victims for our adoption program where we will match up fire victims with people who want to help.
FEMA will have staff on site to assist with transitional housing questions, how to better rebuild, provide information about unemployment, and answer questions on the FEMA process. They will also have American Sign Language interpreters on site!
If you would like to volunteer or donate anything for this event, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or call (833) 707-FIRE (3473) or visit us here or simply show up to our event with your donations.
School Districts are zoned specifically to serve a community based on size, population, and geographic location. They serve as the perfect safe zone for those affected by the fire to go to for support in their local neighborhood. Sonoma County Fire Relief is partnering with each of the school districts that were impacted by the fires and providing relief to everyone in need in their community.
Sonoma County Fire Relief is matching up schools throughout the United States with the schools that were affected by the fires. All monetary and physical donations collected at a site will go to the fire victims at the sister school and to their local community.
The "Cent's for Sonoma County" campaign solicits support in four ways:
1. Students donate coins in classrooms to participate in a points based competition.
2. Community members may make additional monetary donations in the office.
3. School members and community members may drop off donations of specific items we have determined are needed by the families in the local communities where the sister schools are located.
4. Corporations can sponsor the schools and/or match all donations.