The Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation: This foundation seeks donations to assist with feeding, sheltering and providing medical care for displaced pets and other animals including horses. They’re also looking for residents to foster animals to help free up shelters; more information on fostering can be found here.

The Salvation Army: This nonprofit has set up two separate funds for the Northern and Southern California fires, even as the organization’s own camps are being burned. For Northern California, go here and for Southern California go here.

The CCF Wildfire Relief Fund: This nonprofit supports immediate recovery efforts for major California wildfires, as well as long-term preparedness efforts. Go here.

United Way (Greater Los Angeles) and United Way of Northern California: United Way is currently working both with immediate financial aid for survivors and on long-term recovery efforts.

The Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation: This nonprofit is supporting the first responders fighting on the front lines of the wildfires. Go directly here to give.

American Red Cross: This nonprofit has opened shelters across the state to help evacuees. They also have an online tool that people can use to register themselves as safe so loved ones can find them.

Humane Society of Ventura County: This nonprofit is accepting donations to help animals displaced by the Woolsey and Hill Fires. It is taking in domestic animals, such as dogs, cats and birds, as well as livestock.