Details for Redwood Credit Union Fire

North Bay Fire Relief Fund: Final Report to Our Community Photo credit: Kent Porter, The Press Democrat RCU’s Brett Martinez, Press Democrat’s Steve Falk and Senator Mike McGuire present NBFRF gift cards to Superintendent Calloway for students impacted by the fires. Thanks to over 41,100 generous donors, the North Bay Fire Relief Fund (NBFRF) was able to support immediate needs of North Bay fire survivors. Disaster relief typically includes 3 phases: 1. RELIEF: Immediate support in the first 120 days 2. RECOVERY: Typically 1-2 years 3. REBUILD: Several years following a disaster The North Bay Fire Relief Fund was created to support the Relief phase—our focus has been on serving immediate needs of fire survivors. North Bay Fire Relief Fund Results Following is how 100% of donations were used to support fire survivors in the four impacted counties (Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino & Lake): Photo credit: Christopher Chung, The Press Democrat What’s Next: Recovery & Rebuild Phases & Groups It will take everyone working together to restore what’s been lost. Many nonprofits, community and government groups are addressing the next phases of recovery and rebuild, including: • Rebuild Northbay Foundation • Community Foundation Sonoma County • Napa Valley Community Foundation • Community Foundation of Mendocino County NBFRF provided 56 nonprofits with grants to continue support to fire survivors, including financial, food and housing assistance. Fire survivors are encouraged to visit: rcucommunityfund.org/north-bay-fire-relief/grants for the list of nonprofits available to assist. NBFRF will accept donations through 5 pm on 2/15/18. Total Donated and Disbursed/Allocated $32,028,981 Support included: $20,498,854 to people who lost homes and/or experienced economic hardship, including: • 6,593 fire survivors • 102 first responders • 2,253 K-12 and college students $9,587,586 Our Heartfelt Thanks On behalf of the RCU Community Fund, the Press Democrat, Senator Mike McGuire and Redwood Credit Union, we thank the generous donors to the North Bay Fire Relief Fund. We also thank the many nonprofits, organizations and companies for your support of our community and neighbors in need. Together, we made a difference! to support nonprofits providing services to aid immediate needs of fire survivors. $1,000,000 for small businesses impacted by the fires $942,541 to support fire survivor health and well-being, including: • Temporary-to-permanent housing • Health and dental care • Lost sporting equipment to support impacted kids • Holiday programs Thank you to our corporate donors! Community Champions $1,000,000 or more: Community Heroes - $500,000 or more: Community Supporters - $100,000 or more: Marc and Lynne Benioff ErnestL.&RuthW.FinleyFoundation Community Leaders - $200,000 or more: Media Supporters Redwood Credit Union Community Fund Inc. (RCUCF) is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization—Tax ID #47-5084832. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

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