Meet Our 2018 California Wildfires Recovery Fund Grantee Partners

Generous donors helped us raise more than $1.6 million for the CDP 2018 California Wildfires Recovery Fund. As a result, we awarded grants to support local long-term recovery groups, housing recovery programs, and mental health outreach and assistance in communities devastated by the Camp, Woolsey and Hill wildfires.

Damage from the Camp Fire in Paradise, California. (Photo: Brennan Banks, CDP)

Butte County Office of Education’s Response and Recovery Project received $500,000 to support expanded mental health outreach, assistance and services for school-aged children and their families across Butte County.

Camp Fire Long Term Recovery Group was awarded $114,656 to support their Camp Fire Resource Center which will become the “storefront” for community recovery resources, services and assistance for the entire county.

Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) received $250,000 to support the reconstruction of affordable multi-family housing in Paradise destroyed by the Camp Fire.

Disaster Leadership Team was awarded $30,000 to continue providing direct mentorship support to the Camp Fire Long Term Recovery Group and Los Angeles Region Long Term Recovery Group.

The Workforce Housing Project (a project of the North Valley Community Foundationreceived $250,000. This partnership of funders and stakeholders is working to provide solutions for more stable temporary housing among Camp Fire displaced residents.

United Policyholders received $143,140 to scale-up their Roadmap to Recovery program in Los Angeles and Ventura counties in addition to increasing available resources for wildfire recovery in the housing sector in southern California.

Ventura County Community Foundation was awarded $250,000 to support local nonprofits providing housing and/or mental health support or services in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.