How to help Valley Fire victims in Lake County, Napa County -- Give #WhereYouLive

The Valley Fire burning in Lake and Napa counties destroyed this home in Middletown, Calif. on Sunday, September 13, 2015. (KGO-TV)

The Valley Fire burning in Lake and Napa counties prompted the evacuation of more than 17,000 people.

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The American Red Cross has a shelter in place at the Calistoga Fairgrounds. ARC is reporting it cannot accept bedding, clothing, etc., for that location and would rather push donations online.

List of donation centers (nonprofits, businesses and individuals) who are dedicated to helping the Lake County fire relief effort.

Evacuees can register on the American Red Cross "Safe and Well" website or call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) to let their families know they're
safe.

There are so many lost pets and animals that a Facebook page has been set up to help.

Click here for equestrian evacuation resources for Lake County



The annual Calistoga Harvest Dinner will now move indoors and donations will be taken for the Valley Fire victims.

DONATIONS FOR ANIMALS:

At the Calistoga fairgrounds, they have partnered with Petaluma Animal Services to care for the evacuated pets and animals. They are asking for donations of food for displaced animals to be brought to Calistoga Cal Mart and Safeway in St. Helena.

Wine County Animal Lovers is coordinating donations for animals. You can donate by clicking here.


Click here for full coverage on the Valley Fire.
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