August 31, 2020 2 min read

Our LIFEAID US family needs our help, just as they supported us they now need our support! The Santa Cruz Fires have been and still are devastating. Sharing on behalf of our LIFEAID Family, lets get behind them and show our support.

SANTA CRUZ FIRE AID HELPS RAISE AWARENESS, FUNDS AND SUPPLIES FOR LOCALS DEVASTATED BY WILDFIRES.

Santa Cruz Fire Aid Helps Raise Awareness, Funds and Supplies for Locals Devastated by Wildfires

LIFEAID has proudly been a Santa Cruz company since 2011, and is completely devastated for our local community as a result of the destruction caused by the ongoing CZU August Lightning Complex wildfires, which have now spread to more than 77,000 acres, with only 13% containment (updated as of Aug. 24). Many of the LIFEAID team's own families and loved ones have been evacuated and/or had homes destroyed by the flames.

Heartbroken, the LIFEAID team has created the Santa Cruz Fire Aid to collect and distribute supplies, funds, and resources for the immediate needs of those in their local community who have been affected by or are still battling the SC wildfires.

You can make a monetary donation to the Santa Cruz Fire Aid at GoFundMe.org

100% of funds & supplies collected will be distributed directly to those in need: Local firefighters, displaced families & wildlife rescue efforts. (Supply list included below with mailing instructions.)

LIFEAID team members are driving all donated supplies directly to multiple locations throughout the city, to help triage the emergency supply item needs as they are requested.

Monetary donations will be directed (but not limited) to:

• www.cfscc.org
• www.nativeanimalrescue.org
• www.bonnydoonfire.org

FURTHER INQUIRIES ABOUT HOW TO HELP?
Please contact our LIFEAID team via email at: team@lifeaidbevco.com

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ABOUT THE SANTA CRUZ FIRE:

Wildfires which broke out in San Mateo County & the Santa Cruz mountain area after a record-breaking number of lightning strikes this past Monday (Aug. 17, 2020) have now more than tripled in size, spreading to over 77,000 acres. The fires are only 13% contained  (updated as of Monday, Aug. 24).

More than 200 structures have already been destroyed by the CZU August Lightning Complex Fire, while over 25,000 structures are still at risk. That number only continues to rise as San Mateo & Santa Cruz County residents are experiencing ongoing widespread mandatory evacuation notices.

Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the wildfires!


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