How to Support Northern California Fire Relief Efforts with These Bay Area Made Members

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The fires in the North Bay are absolutely heartbreaking, and communities are rallying to put the pieces back together for victims. That includes our community of businesses. There are a number of ways you can support fire relief efforts, even if it’s just making sure any shopping you’re doing has an additional impact.

In the coming months, wineries, farmers, small businesses and makers in the North Bay are going to need all of us to reaffirm our commitment to supporting the local economy— and we know that Bay Area residents will show up, just as they are now. Here’s how Bay Area Made members are helping, and we will continue to update this list.

Esqueleto is donating 10% of Sales this Saturday 10/14 to the Northern California Red Cross.

Big House Beans is giving free coffee for anyone who is donating supplies for victims at the Roastery, M-F.

Kosa Arts is hosting a casual pop up “stitch in” to help make poncho vests and scarves from fabric left from their tunic cuts. Sat + Sun 10/14 and 10/15.

Ritual Coffee Roasters is accepting donations of specific supplies at their SF cafes.

Cowgirl Creamery locations are acting as donation drop off locations for supplies.

Sharon Z Jewelry is donating 10% of sales to the Emergency Volunteer Center through the end of October.

Austin Press is donating 15% of sales through the month of October to fire relief efforts.

The CEO of Social Imprints has deep roots in Santa Rosa, and has been making donation runs. Last we checked Social Imprints was taking donations, visit their page frequently for updates.

Galanter & Jones is donating 20% of online sales until the end of the month to the Napa and Sonoma County Fire Relief GoFundMe account.

Today 10/13 until Monday 10/16 Zelma Rose will donate 50% of all online sales to The Redwood Empire Food Bank.

Heath Ceramics is accepting food donations to the Heath SF or Heath Sausalito showrooms. They will use the Heath van to deliver donations to REFB on Friday, October 20.

Aplat is donating 20% of all wine tote sales through the month of October to support victims of Wine Country fires.

Etta + Billie is donating 10% of sales in October to the REFB.

Field Day and Friends has a promo code for 10% off, and 20% will be donated to the North Bay Fire Relief Fund.

A number of businesses have donated pieces to California Fire Help.

Cowgirl Creamery is hosting a family style dinner to benefit Redwood Credit Union’s North Bay Fire Relief Fund on October 26.

A few members including Lyonhart Bags and Momurray have teamed up with other makers for a limited time raffle of gift baskets that benefit rebuildwinecountry.org.

Know of any more or want to add your effort to the list? Please send details to info@bayareamade.us.

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