Help Communities Affected by the NorCal Fires

Photo of David Cooper of Oak Hill Farm who—along with Let's Go Farm, Flatbed Farm, Leisen's Bridgeway Farm and more—have suffered great losses in the past two days of fires. Photo credit: Community Alliance with Family Farmers

Photo of David Cooper of Oak Hill Farm who—along with Let's Go Farm, Flatbed Farm, Leisen's Bridgeway Farm and more—have suffered great losses in the past two days of fires. Photo credit: Community Alliance with Family Farmers

Thank you to everyone who donated supplies for our fire relief drive.

We are now only accepting GIFT CARDS (Visa, Safeway, Target, etc.) and N95 Face Masks with filtration.

Please drop off Mondays through Fridays, 9AM - 7:30PM at RYSE Center, 205 41st St., Richmond CA 94805.

Questions? Call (510) 374-3401.


How else can I help?

A huge thank you to all that have dropped off donations and supplies at RYSE. It is of the upmost importance that we continue to support the agencies who are reaching communities that may otherwise not have access to larger fundraising efforts.

Please consider donating to the following fundraisers:

Northern CA Affiliate Fire Fundraiser - California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance (CIYJA)

CIYJA's funds will go toward undocumented immigrants, organizers, educators, and workers without support from FEMA or home insurance.

North Bay Fire Recovery Fund - Farmers Guild & Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF)

The North Bay Fire Recovery Fund will support family farmers, farmworkers, and those not covered by insurance or traditional relief services.

Centro Laboral de Graton - Graton Day Labor Center

Your donation to Centro Laboral de Graton is an act of solidarity with immigrants everywhere.

La Luz Center

La Luz Center is organizing and providing direct support in English and Spanish to communities affected by the fires through a Springs Fire Relief Food Pantry, and trainings for the communities are they prepare to rebuild. 

Ya-Ka-Ama Housing Fire Victims

In an effort to stabilize community members affected by the Sonoma, Mendocino, Lake, and Napa County fires, Ya-Ka-Ama has opened it's property to house evacuees while working to implement short-term reliable housing.