Creek Fire Resource, Donation, & Volunteer Updates


We have complied this updated list of resources, volunteer needs, animal care, and evacuee information for mail etc from the Creek fire

You have the opportunity to help California fire victims each time you shop for groceries. 

The Save Mart Companies launched a campaign to support the American Red Cross Fire Relief during massive wildfire emergencies. The "Round Up the Change" fundraiser is underway at all Save Mart, Lucky and FoodMaxx stores in central and northern California.

GoFundMe has launched a centralized hub identifying all verified fundraisers created to help residents who have lost their homes and have been displaced by the fires. The centralized hub will be updated on a regular basis with new fundraisers that have been verified by our Trust & Safety team. All fundraisers are backed by the GoFundMe Guarantee, which ensures that all funds go to the right place.

Additionally, GoFundMe.org, the company’s charitable and advocacy arm, has launched the Wildfire Cause General Fund to offer relief to Californians in need. When donors support the GoFundMe.Org fund, GoFundMe.Org selects and then distributes donations to verified fundraisers and organizations that help those affected.

DONATION INFORMATION

Due to concerns about spreading COVID-19, the American Red Cross and CAL FIRE officials are asking people not to donate physical items and instead consider making financial donations.

AMERICAN RED CROSS

The Red Cross Central California is looking for financial donations to help provide places to stay and other resources for people left without homes.

https://www.redcross.org/

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA ANIMAL DISASTER TEAM

The Central California Animal Disaster Team is a volunteer organization that sets up emergency shelters for animals during disasters.The organization is welcoming donations to help find shelters for animals displaced by the Creek Fire.

https://ccadt.org/

EVOLUTION QUARTER HORSES

Clovis resident Blake Cadigan has been traveling with a team of volunteers, rescuing animals and livestock left behind by evacuees. The team rescues horses, cows, and even llamas, among other large animals. Evolution Quarter Horses helped animals in Monterey County last month and are now helping those escaping the Creek Fire.

https://www.facebook.com/EvoQuarterHorses/

EVANS FEED AND LIVESTOCK SUPPLY

The company is delivering supplies to locations in Madera and the foothills that are looking after animals displaced by the Creek Fire. Evans Feed is asking the public for donations. If you want to help them, contact their Madera store located at 241 South "E" Street Madera, CA 93638, or call (559) 673-9420 (Contact: Amy Evans).

MAIL

The wildfire has forced the closure of several post offices in the area, but the U.S. Postal Service is making mail available at other locations. If you normally go to the post office in Big Creek, Lakeshore, Shaver Lake, Tollhouse or Auberry, you're instructed to go to the Madera Post Office at 201 South D Street to pick up your mail. The Madera location is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. If you go to the North Fork or Bass Lake locations, you're instructed to go to the Ahwahnee Post Office at 44878 Notre Dame Lane. Hours are 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. If you normally get your mail from O'Neals Post Office, you're asked to go to the Friant Post Office at 17275 North Friant Road. Hours are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. USPS says customers must provide identification to get their mail.

CLOVIS HILLS COMM CHURCH

NOT TAKING DONATIONS AT THIS TIME. CHECK THEIR FACEBOOK & SOCIAL PAGES FOR NEEDS AS THEY CONTINUE. 

https://www.facebook.com/clovishills/