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Find out ways to help California Wildfire victims

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Find out ways to help California Wildfire victims

Cheyenne Corey, Staff Writer

The California wildfires have taken 85 lives, injured many brave firefighters, and destroyed countless homes to humans and animals. Due to the fires, currently 11 people are still unaccounted for.

Although the fires have been contained, the victims are still left homeless. Towns are left in shambles, and many people are living out of cars or tents. The need for resources such as food, clean water, shelter, clothes, and other goods are endless.

If you are interested in helping, you can help by participating in the Airbnb Evacuee Program for the following counties: Ventura County, Butte County, and Los Angeles County.

You can also help by sending financial contributions through organizations such as:

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