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Celebrity Houses Amongst The Thousands That Burned Down. What You Can Do To Help The California Fire Victims 🔥🏚️

Celebrities such as Liam Hemsworth, Miley Cyrus, Shannen Doherty, Gerard Butler and Robin Thicke lost their homes and so did a lot of other people 🚒

Caitlyn Jenner’s house survived the California wildfires but many people were not so lucky. Celebrities such as Liam Hemsworth, Miley Cyrus, Shannen Doherty, Gerard Butler, and Robin Thicke lost their homes and so did a lot of other people.

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Our home is just to the left! Praying

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The fires in California have displaced hundreds of thousands of people and pets and destroyed thousands of homes. The death toll is now over 50 people. What can we do to help?

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It’s been a heartbreaking few days. This is what’s left of my house. Love. Many people in Malibu and surrounding areas in California have lost their homes also and my heart goes out to everyone who was affected by these fires. I spent the day in Malibu yesterday and it was amazing to see the community pulling together to help each other out in any way they can. Malibu is a strong community and this event is only going to make it stronger. Thankful for the all the great local guys that helped keep smaller fires out around my property. I love u guys. I love you Malibu. Thank you to all the hero firefighters around California. It’s going to be a journey to rebuild. Stay strong all. To help/donate visit @malibufoundation and @happyhippiefdn

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According to the Center for International Disaster Information, sending money is almost always the most efficient way to help in a disaster.

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As we write this, there are more than a dozen wildfires burning in California. 59 people are confirmed dead in the Camp Fire and many more are missing. Hundreds of people have lost their homes, and Pacific Gas & Electric, whose power lines have caused many of the state’s recents fires, could be on the hook for $30 billion in liabilities and might even face bankruptcy. There’s no rain in sight, and as recent headline in the LA Times put it, welcome to the “new abnormal.” // For the last five fire seasons, photojournalist Stuart Palley, @stuartpalley, has been working for the US Forest Service documenting California’s burning, particularly at night, when the blazes take on a spectacular beauty. Wildlands firefighter Amanda Monthei, @a_monthei, has a report on Palley’s new book, Terra Flama, and we have a lot more pictures—this is a must-see story. Check it out, as with all our pieces, at read-aj.com. // #wildfire #california #californiafires #calfire #campfire #woolseyfire #terraflama #forestservice #usfs #climatechange #malibufire

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When you donate physical goods, precious resources (ie. volunteers’ time) are used to sort through the donated items rather than buying exactly what is needed. You can check the credibility of a charity on Charity Navigator.

Here are some charities accepting donations for the terrible fires affected hundreds of thousands of people across the state. California Fires How to Help:

American Red Cross

California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund

Caring Choices

Entertainment Industry Foundation

Humane Society of Ventura County

GoFundMe has organized a page that details the current relief efforts in Northern and Southern California.

Also, if you live in the area, AirBnB is operating its Open Homes program that asks people to open their homes to those affected by the fires. Until Nov. 29, the company is allowing residents to mark their homes as a place for evacuees and aid workers to stay for free. If you have an empty bedroom in the area, consider opening it to someone in need.

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God bless Malibu … November 9th 2018

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Finally, Google is collecting donations to help those affected by the wildfires. It is funneling the donations to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, which will distribute the money to local nonprofits.

The team at Celebrity WotNotsend their thoughts to everyone affected by these wildfires.

Written by Connor Claire

Wandering freelance writer with a strange accent and a love for everything from politics to animals to Otter Pops to Seinfeld.

Connor Claire has over 10 years' of experience in the entertainment industry in film production & distribution and now she writes about it. She’s also super caffeinated and spends far too much time googling. Her interests include health, sociopolitical satire, human rights issues, pop culture and the arts.

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