$867,941 in immediate relief to cover basic needs following the fire to assist evacuees and survivors that lost their homes.
· $209,580 in community recovery to support community projects that would nurture resiliency, recovery and a sense of community.
· $240,365 in rental assistance to help renters and home owners become re-housed.
· $406,207 in critical needs grants designed to remove a barrier to stable, safe, long-term housing or work.
· $226,475 in homestretch grants for survivors who have finished rebuilding or moving into a home but still need basic furnishings or appliances.
· $36,409 for seniors and children’s activities to restore a sense of normalcy in the long road to recovery.
· $27,388 to help restore animal habitats which are critical on many of the rural properties lost to the fires.
· $12,335 for individual therapy sessions to support the emotional well-being of fire survivors.
· $20,000 for educators who lost income and educational supplies as a result of the fire.
· $2,159,984 in large housing assistance grants to provide gap funding for rebuilding or purchasing a new home.
· Total distributed to date: $4,206,684