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The Tick Fire broke out on Thursday (10/24/2019) afternoon near Santa Clarita. The fire forced thousands to evacuate, and destroyed 23 homes and damaged 43 others. Three firefighters were injured. The final incident report of the Tick fire can be found here on the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
The Getty Fire started on Monday (10/28/2019). Already, several homes have been destroyed. Evacuation orders are still in place. For the most up-to-date information about highway closure, evaluation maps, and evacuation centers resulting from the Getty Fire, please visit the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Two other fires are still active as of 10/31/2019. The Easy Fire in Ventura County and the Hillside Fire in San Bernardino County.
- For the most up-to-date information about highway closure, evaluation maps, and evacuation centers resulting from the Easy Fire, please visit the Ventura County Emergency.
- For the most up-to-date information about highway closure, evaluation maps, and evacuation centers resulting from the Hillside Fire, please visit the San Bernardino National Forest Service.
Please visit Northern California Grantmakers website for information about how you can help support those impacted by the Kincade Fire.
How Philanthropy California Can Support Your Engagement
Philanthropy California is deploying its deep work in disaster resilience efforts toward:
- Sharing what’s needed now, emerging issues, and where funders can make the most of their contributions
- Publicizing trusted funds for relief and recovery
- Advising how best to meet short and long-term needs
- Connecting funders, government partners, and organizations active in responding to the disaster
- Supporting funders with tools, connections, and expertise
Read the full article about the California wildfires at Southern California Grantmakers.