The Salvation Army Responds to French Wildfire in Northern California

Aug 25, 2021

The Salvation Army is responding to French Fire burning in Northern California, deploying staff from across the Central California area.

The Salvation Army’s Bakersfield Community Center has served more than 200 meals to French Fire evacuees at the Woodrow Wallace Middle School. Staff from The Salvation Army in Modesto and Turlock has been deployed to continue the feeding operation as the fire expands.

For up-to-the-minute updates on The Salvation Army's response check out our virtual situation room below:

To support The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services Response efforts to provide relief to wildfire evacuees and first responders, please make monetary donations online here. You can also donate by phone at (888) 214-8229.

 


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