Where you can donate to help Wildfire Evacuees

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Where you can donate to help Wildfire Evacuees




Where you can donate to help Wildfire Evacuees

October 12th, 2017

A number of Lodi businesses and organizations have mobilized to help victims of the wildfires devastating Napa and Sonoma Counties. We know Lodi is a giving community, and have been receiving calls regarding where to donate, so we are redistributing this list of places that are accepting donations (courtesy of Lodi News Sentinel and ABC News). If you would like to donate, please see the list below.

Lodi Vines: Collecting water, non-perishable food items, can openers, camp stoves, propane, blankets and pillows, boxes and duct tape, personal hygiene items, diapers, baby food and formula, new socks and underwear, duffle bags and suitcases, and books, toys and coloring supplies for children.
People can drop off donations between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. today behind the company’s building at 927 Industrial Way in Lodi.

Vino Farms: Collecting gift cards, toiletries, clothing, blankets, air mattresses, and non-perishable food items. People can drop off donations at Vino Farms Ranch One at 13130 E Peltier Rd Acampo, CA or call (209) 663-1259 today.

Donations can also be dropped off before 5 p.m. today at:
• Van Ruiten Family Winery, 340 W. Highway 12, Lodi; 209-334-5722
• Jessie’s Grove Winery, 1973 W. Turner Road, Lodi; 209-368-0880
• Scotto’s Wine and Cider, 14 S. School St., Lodi; 209-224-8590
• Classic Design Interiors, 2303 S. Stockton St., Lodi; 209-334-4060
• Klinker Brick Winery, 15887 Alpine Road, Lodi; 209-224-5156
• New & Again Consignment Furniture Gallery, 210 S. School St., Lodi; 209-368-2200

The Salvation Army has already deployed multiple teams to provide meal services at evacuation centers - including the Napa Fire, Sonoma Fire, Tubbs Fire, Cascade Fire, Lobo Fire, McCourtney Fire, and more. They are currently accepting monetary donations. [ Click here to donate ]

It is truly amazing to see the helping hands that come forth when disaster strikes. Our community is coming together to help those in need. Please help out where you can.

Pat Patrick
President & CEO
Lodi District Chamber of Commerce

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