Ways to Help the Victims of the Latest West Coast Wildfires

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As record-breaking fires burn across the West Coast, Glitter has listed resources to help those who have been affected. 

On Wednesday, it was stated that at least seven people are dead as a result of wildfires that have spread over two million acres of land throughout California, Oregon, and Washington.

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown predicts that “This could be the greatest loss of human lives and property due to wildfire in our state’s history.” And California Gov. Gavin Newsom expressed how real climate change is, and urges for voters to vote.

The COVID-19 pandemic has added to the stress of the fires. Evacuee’s fear for outbreaks at shelters, and it has led to fewer inmate firefighters assisting with rescuing efforts.

People all over are sharing eerie clips of what the sky looks like in affected areas.

The scary images show the true scarcity of these fires that are devastating the West Coast.

Here is a list with links of resources on how you can help:

California Wildfire Relief Fund

Supplying Aide to Victims of Emergency (SAVE) 

Herd & Flock Animal Sanctuary 

American Red Cross

Fire Response Fund

The Salvation Army

Napa County Wildfires Fund

United Way of Northern California 

If you are able to, please help those in need, everything counts.