DONATE NOW. You can make an online donation to support The Salvation Army’s response to the California Wildfires. Designate your gift to “2007 California Wildfires.”

As wildfires sweep across Southern California, The Salvation Army is providing food, water and comfort to firefighters, police and others affected by the blaze.

In the San Diego area, mobile feeding units (canteens) are on the scene to bring water and food as well as lip balm, new dry socks, and emotional and spiritual comfort to first responders. In addition, mobile feeding units are serving meals at evacuation centers at Qualcomm Stadium, Mira Mesa High School, Escondido High School, Campo Community Center and Lakeside Rodeo Grounds/Hanson Ranch.

In Orange County, a Salvation Army Canteen is on site at Irvine Park where staff and volunteers are serving meals to first responders at the Irvine fires.

In Los Angeles County, Emergency Disaster personnel remain on standby, ready to respond as requested by County authorities.

If you would like to make a donation to The Salvation Army’s response to the California Wildfires, you can do so online or by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY. You can also send a check to:

2007 California Wildfires
The Salvation Army
3100 N. Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Please earmark your checks to “2007 California Wildfires.” One hundred percent of your donation goes to support those affected by the wildfires.