Offering volunteer opportunities for those who would like to assist with relief efforts. Individuals will need to create or sign in with their Red Cross ID. They will then need to  complete the application, background check, and some training through the Red Cross.

Volunteer opportunities with the Red Cross can be found online here: https://rdcrss.org/33mqyC9

Volunteers are needed to help clients navigate the initial phase of calling (888) 215-3534 RELIEF, providing assistance with accessing resources and offering support with immediate needs. Volunteers should be able to lift 25-50 lbs, and stand or sit for long periods of time. Volunteers can send a private message on Facebook or sign-up using the following link: https://bit.ly/3hrwH52 

The Oroville Hope Center is located at: 1950 Kitrick Avenue Building A, Oroville.

In periods of disaster, Caring Choices works with its public and private community partner agencies deploying volunteers to other agencies. In addition, volunteers assist the center with communications, donation management, tracking resources, and general administration. Caring Choices is asking potential emergency volunteers to fill out a volunteer form which can be found with more information here: https://volunteer.caring-choices.org/disastervolunteer.

Facebook group to help organize information for all those who are helping or want to help with the needs of Butte County residents who have been displaced by wildfires.

Online: http://bit.ly/WildfireFBGroup

Volunteers are needed to help as tour guides at the Local Assistance Center in assisting evacuees in navigating the space. Shifts are: 10am – 2pm or 2pm – 6pm on the weekdays, and 10am – 1pm or 1pm – 4pm on Saturdays. Volunteers are asked to arrive 30 minutes before their shift. People interested in volunteering can sign up by using the following link: http://bit.ly/VolunteerLAC. The county anticipates the LAC being operational for the next 3 weeks.

For more information on the LAC, please see here.