SAVE RESPONDING WITH AID FOR WILDFIRE VICTIMS
As part of the California Fire Foundation’s mission to provide victim assistance, it’s Supplying Aid to Victims of Emergency (SAVE) program provides emergency short-term financial assistance to fire and natural disaster victims in California year-round, including both firefighters and civilians. The California Fire Foundation is mobilizing direct assistance to those who’ve suffered catastrophic losses in the Southern California fires, and continues to aid victims from the North Bay Firestorm.
Through Foundation’s Supplying Aid to Victims of Emergency (SAVE) program, CPF local affiliates and their fire departments are on site in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, as well as Napa and Santa Rosa, with hundreds of SAVE value cards. The $100 SAVE cards provide those suffering substantial property with some immediate on-site assistance.
The assistance is available to families that have suffered a residential loss of at least 25%. The Foundation is working directly with local fire agencies to coordinate aid throughout the affected regions.
If you are a Los Angeles/Ventura County fire victim, CLICK HERE for more information regarding the SAVE Program and additional disaster resources.
If you are a North Bay fire victim, CLICK HERE for more information regarding the SAVE Program and additional disaster resources.
TO DONATE TOWARDS THE SAVE PROGRAM, CLICK HERE.
Fires and natural disasters not only wreak havoc on the emotional state of its victims, but also their financial state. Often left with just the clothes on their back, victims often find themselves panicked, with no money, nowhere to sleep and little more than the clothes on their backs.
As part of our mission to provide victim assistance, the California Fire Foundation’s Supplying Aid to Victims of Emergency (SAVE) program provides emergency short-term financial assistance to fire and natural disaster victims.
Through SAVE, front line firefighters in California provide gift cards, in the amount of $100, to eligible victims of fires or other natural disasters so they may purchase basic necessities such as food, clothing or medicine.
This program is available to any officially organized fire department or district. In order to participate in the program, a Memorandum of Understanding must be signed by both a Fire Chief and President (or Lead Representative) for the Respective Bargaining Unit (s) or Association (s) for Firefighters.
Please CLICK HERE to view corporate partnership levels. Every level of support is appreciated by the California Fire Foundation.
If you have any questions or would like to donate to SAVE, please contact Executive Director, Hedi Jalon at email@example.com or (916) 641-1707.