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This page is about how to assist the victims of the Loma Fire. For information about the Loma Fire itself, see the Loma Fire Information Page.

Red Cross teams in area of Loma Fire on Tuesday, Oct 11

The American Red Cross will have a team of volunteers in the area burnt by the Loma Fire tomorrow Tuesday, Oct 11, from 10 am to 4pm, to connect with any residents impacted by Loma Fire but may not have had a chance or means to connect with the Red Cross and to see if there is any assistance the Red Cross can provide them. If no one is there, they will leave information packages at the address, which are identified as destroyed but that Red Cross has not had the opportunity to speak to the residents. The route includes: Loma Chiquita Road, Casa Loma Road and Twin Falls Road.

Santa Clara County Office of Emergency Services

Anyone impacted by the fire should call the Hotline at (408) 808-7879

The Hotline has been established to assist those impacted by the Loma Fire and will be answered by SCC Emergency Management staff.  The objective is to facilitate access to government resources and information.  Residents will receive personal assistance to sort through the sometimes confusing bureaucracy to obtain permits, documents, tax information and answer questions about other services they might need.

How To Help

The communities of Casa Loma and Loma Chiquita were at the center of, and were impacted the most by, the Loma Fire. The recovery effort will be long and arduous, especially for those who lost their homes and belongings.

Three organizations in the area are joining forces to help. The Casa Loma Volunteer Fire Association, the Loma Chiquita Escape Route Committee and the Loma Prieta Community Foundation will join forces to raise money to help meet community needs that will come up as a result of the fire, and to thank those involved in fighting it.

People can donate in multiple ways:

For monetary donations:

Donate to the Casa Loma Volunteer Fire Association:

Donate to the Loma Prieta Community Foundation:

  • Checks to: LPCF, Loma Fire Fund, 23800 Summit Road, Los Gatos, CA 95033
  • Online at

For In-kind donations:

The moderators of the 95033Talk group, working together with members of the Casa Loma Volunteer Fire Association, will coordinate receipt and disbursement of in-kind donations. Please send them an email with details of what you can provide at

All donations are fully tax deductible. Rest assured that all funds will flow directly to people impacted by this fire.

Please contact with questions. Thank you for your support and your assistance.

The Casa Loma Volunteer Fire Association is a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization. Tax ID 94-2698123

The Loma Prieta Community Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization. Tax ID 77-0001115