How to Help Those Affected by the 23rd and Capp Fire

The three alarm-fire burned through three homes and left three dozen people homeless.

The three alarm-fire burned through three homes and left three dozen people homeless.

En Español.

Some three dozen people were left homeless after a three-alarm fire burned through four buildings near 23rd and Capp streets on Saturday.

Mission organizer Nickolas Pagoulatos created a Facebook page with information on how to help those those affected by the fire:

The Dolores Shelter Program will accept clothing donations from 8-10pm [Sunday] and tomorrow December 31st, at 1050 South Van Ness [from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. and 8p.m.-10 p.m.]. Please separate your donations for men, women, and children into separate bags or boxes. We will arrange a time to invite those affected by the fire to come choose what they need, or we will take or to their temporary shelter. Thank you!

On 1/2/13 or later, you can bring donations to 938 Valencia St. between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

As I said earlier, the Dolores Shelter Program will make arrangements to get these donations to the affected people as soon as possible.

If you know of other relief efforts, let us know by emailing us at missionlocal@gmail.com.

4 Comments

  1. Malea Chavez

    Thanks for posting! Please help if you can.

  2. jls

    We need all the help you can give! It’s a crucial time for the community to come together!

  3. what else do you guys need?

    • Marlon

      For now we are focusing on clothing and hygiene supplies. Please check the Facebook page for the latest updates. Thank you.

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