Firefighters are still getting a handle on the Thomas Fire, which has burned more than 900 homes in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Here in Los Angeles county, crews are in the final stages of containing the Creek, Rye and Skirball fires – those destroyed more than 70 homes.
Now, several local non profits are seeking donations to help the victims.
The United Way has set up the Thomas Fire Fund. To donate and learn more, click here.
The United Way also has a Southern California Wildfires Fund, for victims of the Creek, Rye and Skirball Fires. More info can be found here.
You can also donate to the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation. Donations help fund equipment, outreach and youth programs. Click here for more information.
The Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation has its own fund for supplies, training and equipment for first responders who rescue animals from areas impacted by natural disasters. More info is here.
The Red Cross has a fund to support California wildfire relief. Click here for details.
The Humane Society of Ventura County is asking for volunteers and physical goods donations. More info is here.
You can also donate to the Salvation Army to support its ongoing efforts. More info here.