Help SEIU members affected by the devastating wildfire in Northern California


SEIU 1021 member Rich Millar took care of a rescued stallion at the Butte Fire base camp animal housing area. He is one of many SEIU members who are using their vacation time to volunteer for the evacuation and rescue efforts.

A fifth person was confirmed dead on Thursday in the massive California wildfires that have spread across more than a dozen counties from as far North as Siskiyou near the Oregon border to the central coast and borders of the central valley.

These fires have destroyed over 800 homes and forced more than 20,000 people to evacuate their homes to seek safer ground.
For the SEIU members in the particularly hard hit Lake County and the surrounding areas (including parts of Amador, Calaveras, Napa and Sonoma Counties), this nightmare is playing out before their very eyes as fires have already claimed several of their communities and over 140,000 acres. SEIU members serve as city, county and state employees, health care workers, home care providers and college faculty and employees in the affected region.

We ask for your support in bringing comfort to these members, the communities in which they live and those to whom they serve.

Please consider making a financial donation to the SEIU CA Wildfire Relief Fund. (See instructions below.)

Your donations will be used to assist SEIU members affected by the wildfire with their food, clothing and shelter needs in the weeks ahead.

Thank you & in Unity.



Beneficiary’s account number: 157508431747

Beneficiary’s address: 1130 K ST STE 300, SACRAMENTO CA 95814

Bank name: U.S. Bank

Address: 621 Capitol Mall, Suite 800, Sacramento Ca 95814, USA

Branch: Private Client Reserve – Located at Sacramento Main Branch

ABA/Routing number: 121122676 or Swift for international: USBKUS44IMT

Any questions can be referred to Private Client Reserve at 1-916-498-3877.

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