Rent Bucket Truck, Disaster Relief Rundown for Santa Barbara-The world opened its heart and bass when Montecito hit it in January. Nine months after the tragedy, over $ 11.1 million was paid and $ 9.7 million paid to people who lost their families, homes, pay, or income. This is just an economic review of the consequences of previous fires and floods. Human burden is unpredictable.
Direct Relief, an international non-profit organization for emergency relief, received $ 2,553,912 from 3,554 donors, said Tony Morain, Senior Vice President, Communications. He paid for everything, and direct subsidies provided extra financial and material support for $ 350,000 and administrative work. Funding and users include:
• $ 1 million – victims of floods and fires
• Every $ 100,000 – Santa Barbara Support Network, S.B. High School, 805ndocuFund
• $ 75,000 to show off
• $ 55,000 – Ojai Top merchandise
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• $ 35,000 – S.B. channel management
• $ 20,000 for exploration and rescue
DR issued another $ 1.8 million for stores for 400,000 particle paint to share with the public. Trucks, equipment, radio and other materials for the search and rescue of firemen; Protective clothing for returning residents; Masks, eyeglasses and uniforms for voluntary cleaning groups; medical supplies, personal care, and medicines that do not have a prescription for the Red Cross shelter.
The Bucket Brigade is a group of mud volunteers at a high level behind Montecito to look for houses. She still looks for two missing children. The Santa Barbara City School Foundation donated over $ 1 million to the Bucket Brigade. About 700,000 euros were spent on voluntary heavy equipment, tools and meals. The government decided to donate $ 60,000 to the state for its efforts. This included $ 40,000 to help students and employees find temporary homes, clothes and equipment. Movement. The Foundation also collects funds for the SB support network, which received $ 323,000. Of this amount, $ 249,000 was used to help more than 50 families pay for rent, clothing, school equipment, work equipment, and other supplies.
803undocuFund was started when hundreds of undocumented workers lost their jobs as a result of fire and floods. Approximately 1400 families responded to the call, and the fund donated more than $ 1 million to 626 families. So far, he has received about $ 2 million, but $ 300,000 is needed to help all families who are Signed and help bilingual volunteers to clinics at Venturi.
United Way, a non-profit commercial association for many urban companies, received $ 1.9 million from Thomas Fire Fund, of which $ 335,000 in a sister company in Los Angeles. United Way took all the administrative costs associated with financial management and achieved a 100 percent yield.
• $ 1,046 million – social organizations that support family life
• $ 800,000 and more – 1,200 people who have suffered losses
• $ 99,000 – remedies from Montecito.
Three great wins from Santa Barbara’s puppies produced over one million dollars. The sellers sacrificed themselves on the stolen goods, and Bowl himself cost $ 112,000.
Jack Johnson went to the street in March. He and his guest, Ben Harper, David Crosby, Kenny Loggins, and band members donated all the proceeds from the concert to charity. Concert equipment suppliers have limited their services. The cost was about $ 185,000. It was collected nearly a half million dollars. Users are: • $ 203,975 – United Way
• $ 50,000 – Santa Barbara Foundation
• $ 42,439 – cantonese brigade
• Every $ 25,000: a direct job, Food Bank, FoodShare Ventura, Search Dog Foundation, S.B. Responsible Network, Habitat for Humanity, active Ojai Seniors, S.B. network Support
• Every $ 4,000 – Cold Spring and Montecito Union Schools
Before sending to Brad Paisley on May 12, the KHAY radio station opened unexpected visits to Montecito and Santa Barbara stores and a visit to the Irish bar.
Last week, Katy Perry brought all his team to his Santa Barbara Bowl. Their representatives did not like the actual sums, but as with all the other artists, all the benefits of their concert produced their business: 93108 Fund, Fund 805undocu, Fund for Relief. Santa Barbara Foundation and Cold Spring School.
In February, Kick Ash Bash, dedicated to the survivors and their families (fire department, police, sheriff and co-production) raised $ 2 million. The cost of the Monster Picnic event, the children’s carnival and the music festival was $ 527,000, including large discounts and items donated by many sellers. Only the unit’s first aid staff consists of a committee.
• A $ 300,000 trailer for Sheriff County’s drivers and lorries
• $ 275,000 – Mobile Command Center: Fire City / County, S.B. Police.
$ 150,000 – Montecito’s new fire alarm center
• $ 70,000 – Emergency Equipment and ATV Carpinter / Summerland Firefighters
• $ 18,000 – US Forest Service Team
• $ 100,000 – immediate assistance
• $ 50,000 – from simple consulting services
• $ 25,000 each – Founders of Early Childhood Education, S. B. Konjska’s evacuation, page B. Exploration and Rescue K-9
• $ 10,000 – $ 93,900 for those employees who have been violated their rights
The American Red Cross has already attacked Florence and Michael’s orchestra when they meet their representatives independently. The organization did not collect funds for Santa Barbara alone, but for fires in southern California and waste streams. In April 2018, this amount was $ 3.4 million, of which $ 300,000 was spent on administrative and fundraising costs.
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