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Rebuilding Butte County

DoorTru is committed to helping our local community rebuild after two devastating fires (Camp & Bear). See below for events and resources plus, check back regularly to see all of DoorTru's new initiatives.

OUR MISSON

WE CARE ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY AND WE"RE WORKING ON EFFORTS BIG AND SMALL TO HELP.

DoorTru Real Estate opened its doors in Butte County in 2018. In these short two years, we have witnessed two of the most devastating wildfires in California history. We’ve watched these fires tear through our community, displacing thousands. Jobs, businesses, homes, and lives were gone in a matter of minutes.

 

We’re trying everything we can to use our resources and efforts to help. Below is a list of events, fundraising efforts, and resources for rebuilding Butte County. We truly appreciate any help you can provide and look forward to making our community stronger.

PROJECT Rebuild Butte County

Our GoFundMe for Rebuilding Affordable Housing

The North Complex Fire has already claimed 314,949 acres and destroyed a total of 1,887 structures. Our objective is to purchase land in Butte County to build affordable housing for the community. Between your donation, grants, and efforts, we can help provide affordable homes for residents who’ve lost so much.

 

Rebuilding Butte County is no small project, but DoorTru is committed to helping our community rebuild stronger. See our GoFundMe page below, and we appreciate any donations.

RESOURCES FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY FIRE

See resources for people who we're affected by the North Complex (Bear) Fire.

Butte County Resources: Visit Here.

Everything from Shelter Hotline to Computer Access. Get basic resources to get back on your feet.

Fire Recovery Assistance from USDA: Visit Here.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has multiple agencies that provide financial and/or technical
assistance to help farmers, ranchers and rural landowners recover from natural disasters, such as wildfires. See all the programs available.

Roadmap to Recovery Resources (UpHelp.org): Visit Here.

With their Roadmap to Recovery program you can access free, trustworthy help navigating the process of returning to a wildfire damaged area, repairing and replacing damaged and destroyed property, and collecting all available insurance funds.