February 17, 2019

Community News

Cherish Call to Help Camp Fire Survivors
November 17, 2018

Note from Jackie Wright:

From the reality of real estate: Thanks to Cherish Hope McClure for reaching out to help find homes for those affected by the "Camp Fire!"   Oh, for another name because "camp fire" is so embedded in Americana that it brings up images of girl and boy scouts roasting marshmallows, families frying up their fresh fish from the nearby river, sitting under the stars singing folk songs, or scenes from Raoul Walsh, John Ford, or a Sam Pechinpah Western Film.  What a cruel tormenting twist, "this "Camp Fire" is devilish, only "steals, kills and destroys.  McClure offers solutions and updates in this e-newsletter. Cherish the hope. Read It and Help!  


California Camp Fire

The California Camp Fire erupted last week in the drought-parched Sierra foothills 175 miles north of San Francisco and now ranks as one of the most lethal single U.S. wildfires since the turn of the last century. There are 63 people who have been confirmed dead and around 600 people remain missing. 

Requests for short-term rentals for families who lost their homes in Butte County are flowing in to Compass and other real estate brokerages; if you have furnished space to share, let me know--no matter how small--specifically north and east of the Bay Area. Is your second home in Russian River, Sonoma, Napa, or Tahoe empty right now? Let's connect : (415-676-7896)


Please continue to help by donating in all the ways Iím sure you are aware of by now. If you are looking for ways to participate below are two great organizations to consider. 

Dr Madigan heads the Vet Emergency Response Team (VERT) at UC Davis. He and his team of volunteers are on the ground helping many of the animals effected by the fires.


Click link visit VERT website

The Red Cross assists those impacted by the California Wildfires with a 

network of generous donors, volunteers and employees sharing in the mission of preventing and relieving suffering.

Click to visit the American Red Cross website. 

© Compass 2018 ¶ All Rights Reserved by Compass ¶ Made in NYC

Compass is a licensed real estate broker (01991628) in the State of California and abides by Equal Housing Opportunity laws. All material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only. Information is compiled from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, condition, sale, or withdraw without notice. No statement is made as to accuracy of any description. All measurements and square footages are approximate. Exact dimensions can be obtained by retaining the services of an architect or engineer. This is not intended to solicit property already listed

Related Articles · More Articles
Celebrating Womenís History Month in March and the worldwide success of Chelsea Clintonís new book She Persisted Around the World: 13 Women Who Changed History, San Francisco Ballet (SFB) hosts an intimate breakfast, book signing, and conversation with Chelsea Clinton on Saturday, March 2 at 9:30 am.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Mayor London N. Breed and City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced a settlement agreement with the owner of 1049 Market Street that will preserve 15 units of existing housing in mid-Market and make these homes permanently affordable.
Lorraine Hansberry Theatre (LHT), Marin Theatre Company (MTC), and Ubuntu Theater Project have partnered on the Bay Area Premiere of August Wilson's autobiographical and final play, How I Learned What I Learned. Steven Anthony Jones Former LHT Artistic Director stars as August Wilson in How I Learned What I Learned directed by Margo Hall.
Back To Archives