In the wake of the most destructive wildfires in California's history, we've gathered the right business, community and environmental leaders to rebuild the North Bay better, safer, greener, and faster.
In partnership with Coffey Strong & AshBritt Environmental, we are very excited to announce the groundbreaking ceremony for the Hopper Walls Project will take place on November 8th at 10am @ the corner of Hopper Ave & Crestview
Looking for a way to help in Butte? Please see the following message from Recovers.org:
Dear Sonoma County Organizers,
As you all know, it can be difficult to learn to post information on any recovers.org site and keep it current, match donations with needs and deploy volunteers. Agencies active in the Camp Fire do not have time or resources to train their own staff.
Please contact me if you are willing to pinch hit on the new campfirebutte.recovers.org site on behalf of a local organization. You can work from anywhere but you have to stay in contact by phone with your assigned agency and post their information for them.
Skills a little rusty or missing? I'll tutor you. Please contact me: Lizaloop@loopcenter.org or 650 619 1099.
p.s. We still need this kind of help in Sonoma County as well. The long-term recovery marathon isn't over yet.
The Butte Schools Task Force has started working to support the efforts of the district in getting the students back to class. Many of the schools are lost – therefore everything that was inside is gone too. Also, many of the students lost their home and their own personal school supplies.
The county office of education has set up a specific fund within the North Valley Community Foundation for this effort.
Butte County Office of Education’s immediate goals for the Butte County Schools Fire Relief are: 1.Gift cards, bus passes and gas cards2.Funds for district and charter school principals to get their schools back in order3.Technology hardware, software and services to reconnect Butte County students and families with teachers.4.Five-thousand (5000) laptops for use by students, teachers and school administrators. We have a team of IT experts andEducational Technology teachers ready to train, distribute and support.
The Butte County Office of Education created the Schools Fire Relief Fund to provide a one-stop location where individuals or organizations could provide support directly to schools in Butte County. D...
Larkfield Estates and Mark West Estates approached Rebuild Northbay Foundation requesting assistance for approximately one mile of common perimeter fencing.
Both neighborhoods were decimated in the fires and neither neighborhood has the means to replace the fence. This is an unmet need.