SANTA ROSA (KPIX 5) – With an estimated 20,000 people being evacuated because of the fires burning in the Wine Country and Northern California, many are asking how they can help.
Shelters in Sonoma and Napa Counties are filling up, which means volunteers are needed to serve food, set up, clean up, and even help with evacuated animals.READ MORE: 14-Year-Old Arrested For Murder Of Teen Found Dead Near Train Tracks In Fairfield
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There are also other ways to help. Anyone who is able to drop off blankets and pillows is asked to visit Sonoma Valley High School or ask around at other shelters.READ MORE: UPDATE: Winds Stoke Massive, Still-Growing Dixie Fire in Northern California
To drop off adult diapers and wipes, go to Adele Harrison Middle School, which is an evacuation center.
The SPCA of Solano County is offering assistance to pet owners, but SPCA officials said they could certainly use donations of pet food, bowls, and towels and crates.
Airbnb is also helping those affected by the fires, to get some much-needed rest. The San Francisco-based company has activated its disaster response and relief program, which lets Bay Area hosts offer evacuees and relief workers a free place to stay.MORE NEWS: Former California Senator Barbara Boxer Assaulted, Robbed In Oakland's Jack London District
As of early Tuesday morning, about 20 users have signed up.