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With more than 3,000 people now forced from their homes by B.C. wildfires, and over 435,000 hectares of land destroyed, charities, and donors are gearing up to help.

The Canadian Red Cross has opened an official appeal for B.C. wildfire victims. The organization prefers cash donations, which it says are the most effective way to quickly get help to affected communities. Those funds can be used for cots, blankets and family reunification, as well as for food, clothing and personal needs

If you have money in your CHIMP Account and would like to use it to help this crisis, check the links below:

Food Banks BC

United Way of Northern British Columbia

British Columbia Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals

Alternative places to donate include:

The Salvation Army

United Way

BC Liquor Stores

For further information regarding the BC Wildfires, please refer to Global News.

How You Can Donate to Help Victims of the BC Wildfires

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