Posted October 14, 2017 by Editorial Staff in Community

Help the Victims of the North Bay Wine Country Wildfires


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A message to our wine country friends and associates

n light of the recent fires, our hearts go out to the vintners, residents, businesses and workers of Napa and Sonoma County, who play a tremendous role in the Bay Area economy and lifestyle, and have always been supportive of REGISTRY events in the past. We pray for their endurance and speedy recovery during these difficult times.

Restaurants, Wineries and Industry Businesses Currently Affected by Northern California Fires>>

Fire Relief Resources
Oct 9
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7×7 Here’s How You Can Help Those Affected by the North Bay Fires
And as of Monday morning, Wine Country is in a state of emergency as more than a dozen wildfires are consuming large swaths of Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, Lake and Yuba counties. It’s a time for thoughts and prayers, yes, but more importantly for action: Here’s how to help the victims of this Bay Area tragedy.
Oct 13 ABC 7 TAKE ACTION: How you can help North Bay fire victims
Wildfires have devastated communities in California, killing at least 31 people, forcing evacuations and burning homes to the ground as they scorch tens of thousands of acres. If you would like to help those affected by the fires, here’s what you should keep in mind.
Oct 10 CBS San Francisco Wine Country Wildfires: How You Can Help
With an estimated 20,000 people being evacuated because of the fires burning in the Wine Country and Northern California, many are asking how they can help.
Oct 12 Diablo Magazine Help the Victims of the Wine Country Wildfires
Our hearts go out to all those affected by the devastating fires in Wine Country. As emergency crews continue to fight the flames, search for those who are missing, and assess the damage, we are gathering information about how you can help.
Oct 11 East Bay Express East Bay Businesses Rally Behind Fire Victims
As deadly fires continue to rage across Sonoma and Napa counties, some Bay Area business owners are showing their support by organizing special events or setting up donation centers. Here’s a roundup, and we’ll add more opportunities as we see them.
Oct 13 EaterSF How to Help Support North Bay Fire Victims
How can residents of the Bay Area and beyond support the devastated North Bay in this time of need? Here are some answers, from restaurants ferrying supplies northward to relief funds that need donations.
Oct 10 Fast Company How to help Napa fire victims: 8 things you can do for California’s Wine Country right now
If you’re far away from the fires and want to help, here are a few options.
Oct 10
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KRON4 North Bay Wildfires: How you can help
The North Bay firestorm has forced thousands of people from their homes and many of those people have lost everything. In the midst of such devastation, those more fortunate may be wondering how they can help.
Oct 9
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NBC Bay Area How You Can Help With North Bay Fire Relief Efforts
Donations and volunteers are needed in Northern California as local fire crews continue to battle multiple blazes that have wiped out entire neighborhoods and left scores of people unaccounted for in wine country. View information on how you can help recovery efforts. Some information is for people who live in the area, but there are also national campaigns dedicated to fire relief.
Oct 9
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Sacramento Bee Update: Here’s how to best help evacuees of Northern California fires
Amid all of the fire devastation hitting Northern California, some might be searching for ways to help. One of the top needs now are monetary donations – especially from those outside of the fire area – unless otherwise specified by groups. Many organizations are being inundated with items and volunteer hopefuls.
Oct 14
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SFGATE How you can help people affected by the North Bay fires (or get help if you are an evacuee)
As the scope of the enormous Wine Country fires becomes apparent, it’s clear that people and pets will need help in the days, weeks and months to come. If you’re looking to assist, we’ve broken down some ways you can help both right now and any time.
Ongoing Sonoma Valley Visitor’s Bureau Fires burn throughout Sonoma County, Residents and visitors urged to keep up-to-date