Our love goes out to our neighbors in Northern and Southern California, and everyone who is impacted by the Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires. Thank you to all the courageous firefighters, first responders, and volunteers who are putting their lives on the line.


While still recovering from the Thomas fire and mudslide, the Ventura County community is once again displaced and uprooted by the devastating Woolsey and Hill fires. To support Latino families and farmworker communities impacted during this critical time, please donate to the 805 UndocuFund.

The 805 UndocuFund supports undocumented families who are not eligible for federal or state aid due to their status. The Fund ensures undocumented and mixed status families are not forgotten in relief and recovery efforts and receive support with wage loss, housing assistance, food needs, medical expenses, and more. Over 360,000 Latinos live in Ventura County.


Following the Thomas fire, LCF also supported three strong and deeply trusted Latino-led nonprofits that collectively established the 805 UndocuFund, and were supported by our partners in Sonoma.

Future Leaders of America (FLA) │ Founded in 1982, FLA envisions a world where every youth regardless of where they come from is empowered to take responsibility for their own destiny by becoming leaders in their own lives, their families, and community.

Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project (MICOP) │ Founded in 2001, MICOP envisions a strong indigenous immigrant community actively engaged to achieve just working and living conditions, equality, and full human rights in the broader community.

Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE) │ CAUSE builds grassroots power to invoke social, economic and environmental justice for the people of California’s Central Coast Region through policy research, leadership development, organizing, and advocacy.


Support Chico State students, faculty, and staff in need of clothing and household goods, transportation, childcare assistance, temporary housing, school supplies, or meal assistance.  Donate Here.

NorCal Disaster Relief Fund led by United Way of Northern California has launched a fund to provide emergency cash grants to those who lost their homes and assisting non-profit partners with direct services for survivors. Donate Here.

North Valley Community Foundation is raising funds to support frontline nonprofits and coordinating efforts to support affected community members in the immediate and long-term. Donate Here.

Mi C.A.S.A Education: a local afterschool program that is run by Kathy, a retired school teacher who works with the Gridley Family Labor Camp families and their children. She and her team of volunteers offer tutoring, mentorship, and cultural community engagement. Mi CASA stands for character, academics, service and achievement. Donate Here.

The Hispanic Resource Council of Chico, a group of cross-sector Latino leaders, is exploring the possibility of launching an UndocuFund for the Butte County. Latino leaders from the North Bay Just Recovery cohort have offered their mentorship and support. More details to come soon.

Volunteer efforts are being coordinated by Caring Choices.  Please call 1-866-703-3873

For up-to-date information on Butte County fire please visit KQED.

We will be updating this page as more information comes in. Thank you for your generosity.

Pictured Above: Eder Gaona-Macedo, Executive Director of FLA, Maricela Morales, Executive Director of CAUSE, Genevieve Flores-Haro, Associate Director of MICOP