Philanthropy's Response to 2024 California Winter Storms

Resources to Guide Philanthropic Response


A powerful atmospheric river swept through Southern California, causing over 300 mudslides and record-breaking rainfall.  With devastation to homes and buildings and nearly 150,000 people grappling with power outages, Governor Newsom declared a state of emergency in Southern California. 

As updates about the impact of these storms are known and opportunities to support long-term recovery become available, this page will be updated with resources and information.


Relief Funds 


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