Paradise Fire Adopt a Family – One Family helping One Family

On November 8th, the worst fire in California history ripped through many Butte County communities, burning almost 10,000 homes, displacing more than 50,000 individuals and, sadly, killing a still unknown number of people.

Our mission is to provide a place where families in need, that lost their home or were affected by the Paradise Fire can find the help they need.

If you are a Fire Loss Family Join our Facebook Page and ask for help.

If you are ready to help someone in need Join our Facebook Page and find someone to help.

This concept was created by Eric and Heather Lofholm.
They are 2 residents in Rocklin that just wanted to help.
They agreed to adopt a family. With that they thought others would want to do the same.
We are committed to being the place where every family that would like help find that help.

Join our Facebook Page Now – Read the posts and jump in!

Camp Fire survivors temporarily relocate to Fresno to start over


FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) —

As the holidays approach, survivors of the Camp Fire in Northern California are struggling to put a roof over their heads. Some have temporarily relocated to Fresno — desperate for help to rebuild.

For Joe and Mary Redfern, the nightmare of surviving the Camp Fire will never be over.

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ABC10 – November 19, 2018 – Rocklin couple creates Facebook page, website for community to adopt Camp Fire Survivors

Fox40 News – NOVEMBER 19, 2018 – Rocklin Couple Sets Up Way for People to ‘Adopt’ Camp Fire Survivors