Food & Agriculture System Wildfire Relief Funds

Last Updated: Friday, October 2, 2020 at 12:00 pm PST

In response to the recent wildfires affecting California, Oregon, and Washington, Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Funders (SAFSF) is tracking wildfire philanthropic response and recovery funds that focus on the food and agriculture system.

This is a dynamic resource. If you know of a fund that is not currently on this list, please contact [email protected]. Feel free to circulate the directory link widely.


CCOF: Organic Hardship Assistance – The Bricmont Fund
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Community Alliance with Family Farmers: 2020 Farmer Fire Relief Fund
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Latino Community Foundation: Wildfire Relief Fund
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Sonoma County Grape Growers Foundation: Farmworker Resiliency Fund
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The Farmworker Project Fire Relief: Economic Redistribution and Wage Replacement
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UFW Foundation
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UndocuFund for Disaster Relief in Sonoma County
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Portland Area CSA: Small Farms affected by Oregon Wildfires GoFundMe
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UNETE / Center for Farm Worker Advocacy: Immigrant Fire Relief Fund
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Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste/Oregon’s Farmworker Union – Farmworker Emergency Fund
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Causa of Oregon: Oregon Worker Relief Fund
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Community Foundation of North Central Washington: NCW Fire Relief Fund
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Wenatchee for Immigrant Justice: Helping Our Wenatchee Immigrant Community
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California farmworkers say they didn’t get masks during wildfires (The Counter, 9/15/20)
‘I Have To Work’: Agricultural Workers In The West Harvest Crops Through Fire Smoke (NPR, 9/17/20)
Oregon farmworkers face ‘awful choice’ as wildfire smoke plagues harvest (The Oregonian, 9/17/20)
I’m a farm worker in Washington state, picking apples during the wildfires. All I have is a cloth mask to protect myself. (The Counter, 9/16/20)