Disaster Relief Assistance Program Funders Report

On October 8th, 2017 Northern California experienced devastating wildfires that resulted in over 8,400 homes and structures lost, burning over 240,000 acres and resulting in 42 fatalities. It is estimated that nearly 100,000 people were displaced. Many lost homes and jobs. Others, while not losing homes, faced temporary income losses as a result of evacuations, burned and closed businesses, utility outages and school closures during the first 2-3 weeks after the start of the fire. Anticipating the increased need for housing assistance, Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County (CAPSC) responded quickly. CAPSC already had a working model in place for this type of program and quickly adapted it to assist wildfire victims... more

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14 Dec

Winter Workshop comes to Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County

Santa Rosa, CA- December 14th, 2017 - With the Holidays coming up, Community Action Partnership is working to bring holiday cheer with a pop-up store for families who have been affected by the Sonoma County Fires in early October. With the help ... more