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Vacaville Fire Recovery Resources

The recent LNU Complex Fire has greatly affected our community. We are doing our best to compile resources for those affected as well as for those wanting to volunteer and donate. This page will be continuously updated as we move through the recovery process.

If you have any other resources or additional info to add please email

If you or someone you know is in need due to the LNU Complex fire please send an email to and we will connect you to resources that best match your needs

Beginning tomorrow (8/30/2020) at 9 am Solano County will open its Local Assistance Center for SOLANO COUNTY residents impacted by the LNU Lightning Complex fire. Located at Solano Community College, 2001 N. Village Pkwy in Vacaville, this one-stop-shop for local, state, and federal recovery resources will include critical document replacement services, veteran services, agricultural assistance, environmental health services, economic recovery and financial services, motor vehicle services, healthcare and mental health services and more. You will need to provide proof of residence. For more information call (707) 784-1575 during regular hours of operation. The LAC will operate 9 am to 5 pm seven days a week until further notice.

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Donation Centers


Western Ranch and Pet Supply

103 Aegean Way, Vacaville, CA 95687

Accepting food, water, gift cards, and monetary donations. All other donations paused. They are in need of volunteers. Reach them directly through Facebook linked below


Rise & Redemption

Accepting gift cards OR adopt a family.

Follow for updates: Facebook Instagram

Contact here for adopt a family but please keep in mind they are receiving a ton of emails (I’m sure they are prioritizing fire victims that are reaching out):

Wren’s Cafe

Gift cards, cash, check to fire victims AND/OR meals to first responders.

Strada 1200 Apartments

1200 Allison Dr, Vacaville, CA 95687

Accepting food, water, gift cards, and monetary donations

Direct Donation Campaigns

Haley and baby Hudson

SSgt Brittnii Allen

Stouwie Family

Damon Family

Skotarzak Family

Richard Family - Iris Farm

Dawes Family

Kimber Bentley, Tracy Drake, Jason Minear, Brittany Allen and pets

Jorgensen Family

Mat, Chelsea, and baby Angus

John Fuller

Daughty and Bassham Family

Barbara White

The Garcia Family

The Just Family

Padilla Family

Dustin Family

Tom Crawford and family

Deb Weathers

Nelson Family

Vicky & Jared

Hender Family

Patty and John Phillips

Dislo Baltazar

Jason & Tracy

Hernandez Family

Quintana Family

Peter Andreasen

Davis Ranch

Pooni Family

Pedroni Family

Papa Painter

The Carollo Family

Lost their home in the fires. They don’t have a go fund me but they have a Venmo @Heather-Carollo

Jess Powers & Family

Kelli & Scott

Don & Cynthia

Ryan & Jennifer Montano

Parker Family

The Leif Family

@Sabrina-Summerfield on Venmo

-Lost her family home.

The Ortega’s

Seville Family

Ryba Camp

Rust Family

Brianna & Rob

Megan & Family

Lawrence and Paula - the Gomez Family

Protsman Family

Carroll Family

Maynard Family

Whitney Westbrook

Gene Hall and son

Kathy and Dan

Michael Muir

Jasmine Barsukov

Park Family

They are also in search of a place to live that is dog friendly. Please reach out to if you know of an open place.

Mitchel Family

Relief Funds

Vacaville City Firefighters Charity Fund

Muertos Coffee Co - General Fund

General monetary fund going to victims of the fire.“Donations will be split evenly to as many families as we can help.”


The Solano Disaster Relief Fund was established to support recovery and rebuilding efforts. After the initial frenzy, chaos, and loss caused by devastating disaster passes, the relief and recovery stages begin.  Grants from this Fund will help nonprofits provide direct services and financial assistance to individuals and families.  SCF is not able to support individuals with cash grants.

Aid Distribution Centers

Project Linus

Project Linus, Solano County Chapter is providing blankets of comfort to children age 0-18 who have been affected. Project Linus provides blankets for children across the area via hospitals, social services, and during natural disasters. These are made by blanketeers who want to provide a bit of comfort to children. We are trying to spread the word so children who need a blanket can get one. You can find more information about the chapter on the Project Linus – Solano County Chapter Facebook Page and the Solano Chapter Website

Rise & Redemption

300 Main St. Vacavile, CA 95688

Distributing a wide range of donations

Contact here for adopt a family but please keep in mind they are receiving a ton of emails (I’m sure they are prioritizing fire victims that are reaching out):

Relief Resources


Emergency Funding Available
Farming Businesses May Request a Needs Assessment

Discovery Tool Website Link


Solano Disaster Relief Fund

Solano County Recovers

Affected Farms

For more information how you can help the farms that were affected by this disaster including signing up to volunteer please visit:


 Pleasants Valley Agriculture Association



Joyful Ranch

Ethel is safe. The house is safe.They lost the pictured 1800s buggy horse barn and 4 other structures, the bathrooms, the foreman’s cottage and trailer. 
Home of the original William J Pleasants - is still standing, but the historical barn burned.


Girl on the Hill

Dan & Denise are safe. House survived. Lavender fields gone, Denise’s workshop is gone.  


La Borgata Winery and Distillery

The family is safe. House survived. Vineyard, winery & distillery, & equipment is gone.  

La Borgata GoFundMe


Soul Food Farm 

Alexis & Eric and family are safe. Animals survived. Some field damage and barn damage. Home is safe. 

Samuels Ranch Sustainable 

The family is safe but they lost a lot. They will need our help cleaning up & rebuilding when the time is right. They lost their historical homes. Some of their animals survived. Follow their page for full updates. 
VENMO: @Jasmine-Westbrook-3


Zinger Ranch 

Missy & family are safe. Their house survived but they lost some structures and some animals. The cows Dexter & Angus are okay, the sheep okay. They may need help cleaning up & rebuilding when it’s time. 
VENMO: @Missy-Benzinger


Clay's Bees

Clay lost 73 hives out of 81 in Pleasants Valley. We’re here for you Clay. 
VENMO: Clay-Ford-5

Brazelton Ranch

The family is safe. The orchards are safe. They lost 3 cattle but the rest are safe. 

Pleasants Valley Iris Farm

They are safe but their house is a total loss.

Check back on the website or follow them on Facebook 


Sky Ranch Estate

Everyone is safe but they lost a lot. They lost their vineyards, olive groves, house and all buildings and barns. The people and animals are safe. One person waited it out in the pond and had to be rescued by helicopter the next morning.

Be Love Farm

Matt & Terces are safe. Their farm is okay. They have minor damage. 

Castle Rock Nigerians (Goats)

Sarah & family are okay, the house burned down, and they lost many of their animals.


Lucky Ones Ranch

Thao & Vince are safe. They lost their home and barns. 

Silent Stay Retreat Center

The people are okay, the retreat center burned down. Visit their website for their statement and how you can help them rebuild.