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Who is still accepting donations for fire relief?

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Are you wondering who is still accepting donations for Sonoma County fire relief? Here is a list

  • Wine. Winemakers & Sommeliers for California Wildfire Relief is a new organization that formed in response the the fires, rallying wine professionals and wine lovers to donate wine to be sold at events to raise money for organizations involved in fire relief. 100% of the profits will go to select organizations. They are asking the wine you would donate have a retail value of at least $100. There is no limit to how much you can donate. Events take place throughout the country. Email mike@sommpicks.com

  • Bikes. Windsor Bike ad Sport are awesome, by having a bike drive to help children who lost their bikes in the fire. They are asking for gently used or new bikes. You can sign up a recipient for a bike or drop off a bike. Call 707.836.9111 for more info.

  • Holiday Gifts. The ADOPT-A-FAMILY: Sonoma Valley Holiday Program is accepting applications to help out a family during the holidays. By fulfilling the wish list of a low income family, disabled or elderly person, or emancipated youth, you bring joy and kindness to a member of our Sonoma Valley community who might otherwise go without gifts. This would not be possible without the efforts of local donors, shoppers and volunteers. http://svholiday.org/donate/

  • Clothes, toiletries, food. Sonoma Overnight Support is accepting certain food items, toiletries and clothes for people in need. They are located at 151 1st St. W, Sonoma.

  • Pet Supplies. Sonoma Humane Society is accepting dog beds, toys, treats grain free dog food, among other things to support animals affected by the fire, including lost and stray animals. The humane society provides a safe haven for animals and do not receive federal or state funding or financial aid from any other humane society or shelter. http://sonomahumane.org/fire/

  • Household items. Habitat for Humanity is accepting all kinds of donations of household items, everything from dishes to appliances, furniture, tools and even building supplies. They prefer that you bring in donations but they also have a pick up service. Call 707-568-3228.

  • Cash and gift card donations. Friends in Sonoma Helping (FISH) is accepting donations for fire victims in the form of gift cards for supermarkets or gas stations, or cash. They provide temporary or supplemental help to residents that need food, clothing, help with rent or utility costs, transportation to medical appointments. They have been helping folks impacted by the fires since day one. http://www.friendsinsonomahelping.org/get-involved.html

  • Clothes. Bon Marche thrift store along with their non profit organization to support the local community is helping with fire relief, accepting “gently used” items – they have a location in downtown Sonoma.

  • Clothes. Republic of thrift in Sonoma is also accepting clothes, as well as household items, the sales of which will benefit local schools.

  • Gift Cards. The Boys and girls club of Sonoma Valley is accepting gift cards for Costco, Safeway, Lucky and Target, helping children and families displaced by the wildfires. They offer therapy and meals as well as gift cards, and through their children’s club a welcoming and supportive place for families.

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