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The Campfire Community Cash Fund

The businesses of Murphys in partnership with the Angels-Murphys Rotary Club are raising funds for communities impacted by the Camp Fire in Butte County.  Drop off cash, checks or gift cards at the Native Sons Hall during Open House or at Gold Country Roasters, SNAC, Marisolio, The Spice Tin, Creative Cookware, Sustenance Books, Murphys Pourhouse, Milliaire Winery, Tanner Winery, and the Calaveras Visitors Center through the end of the year. Additional businesses are joining the effort every day so keep your eyes open and give generously.

Additional boxes will be at the following businesses after  December 4th, 2018: Brice Station Vineyards, Next! Upscale Resale, Broll Mountain Vineyards, Murphys Village Toy Store, Murphys Hotel Front Desk, Black Sheep Winery, Twisted Oak Winery Vallecito, Twisted Oak Winery Murphys, Firewood, Intelligent Yoga, and Re/Max Gold Realtor Leanne Smith

Donations may also be made at the Calaveras Visitors Center in Angels Camp at 1192 S. Main Street or online at squareup.com/store/angelsmurphysrotary

100% of donations collected by the Camp Fire Community Cash Fund will be distributed to Paradise and surrounding communities thanks to the Angels-Murphys Rotary Club and Paradise Rotary Club.

Every little bit helps.  While donations of goods are greatly appreciated, what the community groups need now is cold hard cash so they can help meet the evolving needs of the many people displaced by the fire.

PARADISE, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 22: A Santa Rosa group recovering from their own fire disaster last year, has placed a decorated Christmas Tree at the gateway to Paradise, Calif., Friday, Nov. 23, 2018. It includes a sign that reads “Paradise Strong, We Are With You”, from #CoffeyParkStrong. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

Let’s help Paradise get back on its feet!

Thank you to Tonja Peterson and Sabrina Julian who have taken the lead on getting this project started.  Additional thanks to Gateway Press and our local media for their support.

The Paradise Strong image shown with this post is available on t-shirts and sweatshirts from Custom Ink.  All funds raised go to the North Valley Community Foundation’s Camp Fire Evacuation Relief Fund.








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