Supporting Victims of the California Fires
The Smart & Final Charitable Foundation has been working diligently with the charities in the communities affected by the California fires to provide aid to the victims of this tragedy.
To further support our California fire communities, the Smart & Final Charitable Foundation has started a campaign in all our stores to raise funds to support those in need. All funds raised during this campaign will go to helping the communities impacted by the California fires.
We will give 100% of all monetary donations provided by our customers from the mobile sales to the following three organizations:
- Food Bank Contra Costa and Solano*
- Food Share
- Ventura County Community Foundation
Smart & Final has already provided the following support to the victims of the fires:
Donated water, food and personal care items for over 500 families in partnership with:
- Hope Center
- Red Cross
- Salvation Army
- Mayor of Oroville
- Oroville Evacuation Center
- Moose Lodge
For Thanksgiving, Smart & Final donated 14 cases of Turkeys to feed 300 fire victims.
Donated water, food and personal care items for over 1,000 families in partnership with:
- The Rising Sun Foundation
- Borchard Community Center
- Thousand Oaks Teen Center
- Goeble Senior Citizen Center
- Ventura County Fire Department
- First Responders
- Lancaster Animal Shelter
- St. Bernadine Church
And a big thanks to our friends at the YMCA for coordinating:
- 1,500 tooth brushes
- 1,000 tubes of toothpaste
- 500 gift cards
Additionally, we will be partnering with The Rising Sun Foundation and Red Cross for a donation for Thanksgiving.
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
Thank you for helping support victims of the California fires!
*Food Bank Contra Costa and Solano – In partnership with Feeding America supports the areas hardest hit by the Butte Fire in Butte County (Oroville), Sutter County (Yuba), Sac and Placer Counties. All dollars donated will go directly to the food banks and organizations supporting the victims displaced from the fire.