Community Disaster Relief Fund
Amador’s nonprofits continue to need our help – Now more than ever!
The Community Foundation has a trusted history of helping Amador County nonprofits and organizations deliver monetary assistance effectively and securely to those who need it when they need it.
Disaster, Emergency & Recovery:
Please consider giving to the Amador Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund providing flexible resources supporting our friends, neighbors, animals, livestock & vital emergency services.
Large or small, your gift is a generous act of togetherness and solidarity with your Amador County community. Established with a gift from the Crew Family Endowment Fund in 2015 in response to the Butte Fire, this vital fund continues to provide assistance in times like these.
How will the donated funds be used?
- The Community Foundation works with legitimate nonprofit and government resources to ensure that donated funds support those in most need, when they need it.
Can individuals receive money from the Foundation?
- No. Funds are distributed to legitimate nonprofit agencies with no direct payments to individuals.
How can donations be made to the Foundation?
Or you may mail donations payable to:
Amador Community Foundation
Note/Memo: Community Disaster Relief Fund
Please mail to:
Amador Community Foundation
571 S. State Hwy 49
PO BOX 1154 | Jackson, CA 95642
Tax ID # 68-0447992
Amador Community Foundation is a legally recognized 501c3 organization
COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery & Support:
The effects of the pandemic relating to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and the subsequent Delta variant have caused an underlying uncertainty for small businesses, families, and healthcare support throughout our region. From the onset of COVID-19 both short-term and long-term economic loss continues to be felt in our community. We support the nonprofit efforts providing services to our most vulnerable who face economic hardships, food scarcity and health insecurity in the months ahead.
Click Here for Up to date Amador County COVID-19/ Novel Coronavirus Information including Emergency Declarations & Health Officer Orders and ways to protect yourself and our community.
More than 2.7 million Californians live in very high fire hazard severity zones. Record breaking temperatures and drier conditions put many Californians at risk for wildfires. Stay prepared, plan out evacuation routes, and evacuate early to keep you and your family safe.
- Evacuate early when fire or disaster is present
- Have an established meeting place
- Pack an emergency kit with essentials like medicine, important documents, clothes, food, and water.
- Familiarize yourself with Red Flag Warning and how to get weather reports
- If you need to go, get your emergency bags packed and gather your family and pets.
- Most important, don’t wait for the evacuation order.
Evacuating from your home early can mean the difference of life or death. When a wildfire or other disaster strikes, be prepared to leave in a moment’s notice. Having a 5-minute plan with an escape route can get you and your family out and safe. Don’t wait to be told to be evacuated, leave before fires get too close.
Visit firefightersonyourside.org for more information on creating a 5-minute plan and being prepared for disaster.
We appreciate PG&E donation to the Amador Community Foundation’s Disaster Preparedness and Relief Fund.