Camp Fire Relief Fund


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[A]fter 17 brutal days, the California Camp Fire was finally declared contained as of Sunday, November 25. While there is relief in having the blaze contained, residents of Butte County are still facing the tragedy that 85 people died in the blaze, almost 300 people are still unaccounted for, and 14,000 homes were destroyed. To help their neighbors recover, Chico, California-based Six Degrees Coffee Service & Distribution has launched a new Camp Fire Relief Fund through their North Valley Community Foundation. Donations will be used to support those who have been impacted by the Camp Fire disaster, especially those who have lost their homes and businesses.


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