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Please be aware of illegal charity scams that may be set up through crowd funding websites. Also, note that donations made through crowd funding websites like Go Fund Me may or may not be tax deductible. Check their websites or for more information.

United Way of Ventura County
Text “BORDERLINE” to 30306 to donate to victims of TO Shooting on 11/8 or visit

Red Cross
The Red Cross is accepting applications for volunteers on its website.
Those who wish to make cash donations can call 1-800-RED-CROSS. (1-800-733-2767)

Salvation Army Ventura Corps
The Salvation Army Ventura Corps 1-800-SAL-ARMY or

YouCaring, an online crowd-funding platform

Direct Relief
Santa Barbara-based Direct Relief has responded to the fires with items requested by local health-care providers, including N-95 respiratory masks and emergency health kits full of emergency medicines and supplies. To donate, visit click “Direct my donation to” and choose “Southern California Wildfires.” Direct Relief says it is committed to ensuring that 100 percent of funds designated by donors for relief of the Southern California wildfires will go to that cause.

Ventura County Community Disaster Relief Fund
The Ventura County Community Disaster Relief Fund, created by the Ventura County Community Foundation, supports organizations providing shelter and long-term housing, legal services, education, healthcare and other immediate and long-term needs of those affected by fires.

CCF Wildfire Relief Fund
The CCF Wildfire Relief Fund supports intermediate and long-term recovery efforts for major California wildfires, as well as preparedness efforts.

Foodbank of SB County
Every year, the Foodbank provides 10 millions of pounds of healthy food and produce to SB county residents.