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Funder Response: Current Northern California Widespread Wildfires - Shared screen with speaker view
Alan Kwok
17:21
Good morning and thank you for joining us.If you have any questions during the meeting, please type them in the chat box or wait towards the end of the call for our Q&A portion.Please visit Northern California Grantmakers Wildfire Response Page for information on funds, resources, and events : https://ncg.org/2020-northern-california-wildfires
Monica Gomez
25:58
What are some examples of non-eligibility? what households or individuals would not be eligible?
Victor Cordon
27:43
Could you speak to if/how undocumented individuals can access support?
Kelly Batson UnitedWayBayArea
33:38
Are there voting/voter registration resources at the local assistance centers?
Claire Solot
41:41
The Disaster Legal Assistance Collaborative (DLAC) provides free legal assistance after disasters. www.disasterlegalservicesca.org. Hotline: 415-575-3120 is open M-F.
Mira Ahmad
42:21
Do VOADS or COADS support the volunteer firefighting efforts? What are the most effective ways to support volunteer fire departments?
Mary Kucenski
45:26
An additional resource for Disaster Legal Services - can help families with documentation, insurance issues, FEMA appeals, etc. DLS Hotline Number for DR-4558-CA: (888) 382-3406. It went live yesterday.
Claire Solot
47:39
A great move forward to increase our ability to deal with disasters is the passage of AB2147, which will allow formerly incarcerated to become firefighters & EMTs after their release.
Pete Manzo
48:52
Is there also a Web site for Disaster Legal Services?
Warren Fong
49:58
Who or how would one fund a VOAD coordinator position?
Valeri Mihanovich
59:16
I would love to help with that and can connect you to VOAD/COAD partners. Some are under a 501c3 . Please feel free to reach out to me at: vmihanovich@communitylinkcr.org
Pete Manzo
01:00:38
Greater Bay Area Central Coast Wildfire Relief Fund https://uwba.org/wildfirerelief/
Pete Manzo
01:02:10
This all takes place against the COVID relief work United Ways across state are doing, too, as Kathleen Kelly Janus mentioned, lots going on
Pete Manzo
01:05:09
Regional equity is critical in statewide disasters, no doubt.
Pete Manzo
01:05:45
That is one reason we set up a statewide fund on COVID. For localized emergencies, we prefer to support our local United Ways and their regional funds
Cecelia Nyman
01:07:48
https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/1565183972050-1b178d085b84dd8949d4f8a1bdf8b2f2/FACTSHEET_DisasterLegalServicesFINAL2019Compliant.pdf
Cecelia Nyman
01:08:00
This is the link to DLS Fact Sheet
Julia DeNatale she/her
01:09:43
Napa Valley Community Foundation launched the Napa Valley COAD between the 2014 earthquake and the 2017 wildfires and is still the primary funder, so we would be happy to share more about that process and our learnings. I have to jump to another meeting, but can be reached at Julia@napavalleycf.org. Thank you all.
Laura Seaman | LCCF
01:09:46
Thank you Alan for your leadership and thanks everyone for your time and insights
Kelly Batson UnitedWayBayArea
01:10:04
Thanks so much Alan and all!
Stephanie Isaacson Pacific Gas and Electric Company
01:10:06
thank you all,
Mollie Vehling
01:10:14
Thank you for including California Strong--this was very helpful.
Laura Seaman | LCCF
01:10:22
www.lccf.org
Valeri Mihanovich
01:10:24
thank you Alan! So appreciate being on this call
Laura Seaman | LCCF
01:10:24
laura@lccf.org
Antoinette LeCouteur
01:10:28
Thank you @Alan, @Laura, @Kathleen and @Kelly and @Pete and all for your great work.
Hana Kong
01:10:36
Thank you!