The store, launched in the wake of the October 2017 wildfires, invites local residents impacted by the Kincade fire to shop donated new items, free of charge.
They are the lucky few: those whose homes were spared in neighborhoods otherwise destroyed. Yet for these residents, the experience is fraught with anxiety and guilt.
Coffey Park is a face of fires that did the unthinkable, leaping over Highway 101 and leveling a whole community. The cleanup here has begun and soon the rebuilding. Coffey Park will return.
Fire destroys, and fire creates. At least that’s true in the parks and wildlands of Sonoma County affected by last fall’s fires.
The fires are both a tragedy and a coming together, a realization of how much our community matters.
Sonoma County is strong. But to fully recover from the devastating fires, the region will need the support of locals and visitors. Here are a few ways you can help.
A woman who lost her home in the 2015 Valley Fire shares 15 tips for helping fire victims and their families.
The list of restaurants re-opening after the Sonoma County fires continues to grow.
Artists and designers are creating images of hope and solidarity to support those affected by the fires.
Sonoma County chefs are looking to feed those affected by the fires. Do you know of any needs? Let's get you connected.