Did you lose your home to the fires?

Below is a list of services that King Ridge Foundation is providing to victims of Sonoma County’s fire events of October, 2017.

Kids Bikes // The King Ridge Foundation is in the process of receiving more than 1,000 brand new bikes from major bike brands including Trek and Specialized. One of the greatest losses is that of normalcy for kids. If you have children who’ve lost their bicycles as a result of these events, or didn’t even have a bike before the fire, complete this form and the foundation will be in touch with further information about how you can receive a brand new bicycle and helmet for them at no cost.

Stuff // The King Ridge Foundation has amassed a collection of gift cards, shoes, clothing and toiletry items that are freely available to those in need. Fill out this form to inquire with your needs and the foundation will respond letting you know whether it has what you’re looking for.

Financial Aid // The Sonoma Pride fundraiser continues to raise financial support for victims in need. These funds will be distributed at a later date through various organizations that will be able to offer direct support to families in need. A list of those organizations and the means by which you can apply for this financial aid will be listed right here in the coming days and weeks. Check back often. In the meantime, you may inform the foundation of your need by putting your name on its list here. This is NOT a formal application.

About King Ridge Foundation
King Ridge Foundation is a Santa Rosa based 501(c)3 non-profit that through Levi’s GranFondo has raised more than $2.5million for charity since 2009. In 2015, King Ridge Foundation raised more than $60,000 for relief efforts in connection with the Valley Fire, one of California’s most destructive wildfires in the state’s history.

King Ridge Foundation’s mission is to give at-risk youth a chance. During times of heightened community needs, its mission expands to focus on enabling everyone to return normalcy to the community’s way of living.

Learn more about King Ridge Foundation at kingridgefoundation.org