Wi-Fi Pop Up
Sports Academy HQ
1011 Rancho Conejo Blvd, Newbury Park, CA 91320
Monday 11/19, 9am-5pm
Tuesday 11/20, 9am-5pm
Wednesday 11/21, 9-1
Thursday 11/22, closed
Friday 11/23, 9am-5pm
Showers (we will provide toiletries!)
Kids Sports Camp for children, ages 2-12 (parents need to stay at the facility while kids are at the camp)
I am a survivor in NEED
The links below show resources your neighbors have offered! The second row allows you to SEARCH and SORT each column to find what you need most.
Nonprofits In Need
Did not find what you need?
I want to HELP my neighbor
Click on the links below to Offer Help to your neighbors in need. As soon as you submit the form, your offer immediately becomes available for survivors.
Check our Facebook Page for IMMEDIATE NEEDS
ADOPT-A-NEIGHBOR More Info COMING SOON
Survivor Immediate Steps:
Register with 2-1-1 ASAP
Call 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 898211
This is a different registration list then FEMA and American Red Cross. Registering with 211 enables local nonprofit organizations to distribute donated goods and financial resources as they become available.
Register with the Local Love Project
The Local Love Project solves the immediate needs of our community as we recover from disasters. 805Help works in tandem with The Local Love Project.
For resources specific to the Borderline Shooting, CLICK HERE.
805Help is the safety net under the safety net - the clearinghouse for recovery efforts that fall outside the boundaries of the larger institutions in the public and nonprofit sector that provide help.
We work at the grassroots level matching help with need, solving problems on a one-on-one scale and lifting up those who fall through the cracks.
Your support will allow 805Help to continue finding solutions for our most vulnerable community members - those not currently able to be served by our institutional partners.
To contribute by check:
Make the check out to: Community Partners, Memo: Thomas Fire Help, #0861
Mail the check to: ThomasFireHelp, c/o Emily Barany, PO Box 23223, Ventura, CA 93002
805Help (formerly ThomasFireHelp) is a project of Community Partners (501c3 number 95-4302067).
Self-reported feedback from the 805Help survey of ThomasFireHelp survivors as of 7/11/18: 135 responses, distributed via email and social media.
“The Thomas Fire and Montecito Mudslide disasters have devastated our community and more than 6 months later, survivors are still trying to find the support they need to get back on their feet” said Peter Zierhut, Vice President of Haas Automation, a local employer with a history of community support. He continued, “For that reason, the Gene Haas Foundation is announcing a challenge grant of $25,000 to ThomasFireHelp, allowing them to continue their work of connecting those affected by the disasters with the services they need. We’re proud to be a part of the good work being done by this hard working organization. As new disasters strike, innovative models like ThomasFireHelp will be integral to the recovery of the region. ThomasFireHelp is poised to be international leader in recovery assistance and The Gene Haas Foundation is proud to be part of the effort.”
"The Ventura County Community Foundation has awarded this grant to ThomasFireHelp. TheThomasFire Help team has played such an important role in supporting survivors and continues to be a leader in long-term recovery efforts. We are proud to support their vision to connect help with a need in the Ventura community,”
-Vanessa Bechtel, President & CEO of the Ventura County Community Foundation
THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS!
Ventura Community Foundation
Retired & Disabled Police of America
Wes Melander & Jaci Engel
International Association of Retired Firefighters
The McLin Family Foundation
Ron & Pam Engel
Michaela & Jason Harris
Ken & Patsy Janda
Searle Creative Group
Democratic Club of Ventura
The Dugas Family
Stacy & Kerry Roscoe