' Adastra Wines | 2017 Wine Country Fires - How to Help

2017 Wine Country Fires - How to Help


Thanks to the tireless efforts of fire fighters and other first responders, Adastra's Carneros vineyard and the Sonoma Plaza, site of our tasting room, were both spared. But thousands in the area have been displaced, and damages total more than $1 billion.

Below are organizations aiding local residents and businesses with recovery efforts.

La Luz Fire Relief Fund - La Luz Center
‘Disaster unemployment assistance’ as well as ‘individual assistance disaster relief funds,’ application assistance, rental assistance referrals, and job placement referrals” for community members in the Sonoma Valley.
Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund - Napa Valley Community Foundation
Routing funds to local non-profit organizations for immediate disaster relief and mid- and long-term needs.
North Bay Fire Relief - Redwood Credit Union
Assistance for fire victims and relief efforts for Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino, and Lake Counties - you can designate a county or have your donation split among all four.
Rebuild Wine Country
Habitat for Humanity Raising funds to rebuild homes in Sonoma, Napa, Lake, and Mendocino Counties.
Sonoma County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association - Go Fund a Hero
Benefiting Sonoma County law enforcement officers who have lost homes in the fires.
Sonoma County Resilience Fund - Community Foundation of Sonoma County
Routing funds to trusted local non-profits who will serve mid- to long-term needs of those affected by the fires throughout Sonoma County
#SonomaStrong - Sonoma Valley Rotary Foundation
Rotary will directly provide funding for food, clothing, home goods, kitchen goods, transitional housing assistance, education grants, business rebuild grants, and whatever is needed to help Sonoma Valley victims of this devastating disaster.
UndocuFund - Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees
A coalition of immigrant service providers and advocates directly assisting undocumented victims of fires in Sonoma County.