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Published on Oct 8, 2018
The devastating fires that hit the North Bay in October 2017 made for the deadliest and one of the most costly natural disasters in Northern California since the 1906 earthquake. Launched four days after the fires broke out, the Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund launched in an effort to support low-income communities who would have the steepest climb to recovery.
In total, $33.8 million was raised thanks to the incredible generosity of over 3,300 donors across the region and country. By August 2018, 100% of the fund had been allocated to 48 non-profit organizations supporting low-income communities hit hardest by the fires.