Help CSU Chico Students affected by the Camp Fire

November 12, 2018 - Chico State University has established the Wildcats Rise Fire Recovery Fund to allocate financial resources to students and faculty who were directly impacted by the Camp Fire, which struck Butte County on Thursday, November 8. Some students have lost everything as a result of the fast-moving and devastating Camp Fire.
Donations will go DIRECTLY to support undergraduate and graduate students in need of aid for clothing and household goods, electronics such as phones and laptops, transportation, childcare assistance, temporary housing, school supplies, or meal assistance.
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Students from the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences (GEOS) at Chico State have worked on The Sierra Fund’s projects, helping us to grow and develop our understanding of the Sierra Nevada. Now it’s time that we give back. A little support goes a long way. Many of these students are young, with young families just starting out on their own, and are extremely vulnerable at a time like this. Please give what you can to the Wildcats Rise Fire Recovery Fund to help show them they are not alone, they will get through this.
Thank You!
From,
Dr. Carrie Monohan, Science Director at The Sierra Fund and adjunct professor at CSU Chico, GEOS Department Alex Keeble-Toll, Program Manager at The Sierra Fund, and Graduate Student Alumni at CSU Chico, GEOS Department Nick Graham, Environmental Scientist at The Sierra Fund, and Graduate Student Alumni at CSU Chico, GEOS Department
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