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At least 25 are dead and thousands more have fled (opens in new tab) in fear of losing their homes and their lives as devastating wildfires rage at both ends of California. The world is watching as firefighters in both Northern and Southern California race to contain the fires, which are now among the deadliest (opens in new tab) in state history. Here's how celebrities are reacting to the tragic natural disaster.
To help those affected by the California wildfires, visit RedCross.org (opens in new tab), call 1-800-RED-CROSS, or text REDCROSS to 90999 to make an automatic $10 donation. You can also donate via Facebook's Crisis Response page (opens in new tab) for the Woolsey Fire, which includes fundraising through GlobalGiving (opens in new tab) to help those affected by the fire.
1. Bella Hadid
can’t believe this....it makes me so emotional looking at these photographs taken in the past two days. our beautiful Malibu looks so sad today. malibu is such a connected, loving community with families that have lived there for 30+ years. Many of them growing up together raising children together for so many decades making so many memories... I can’t even imagine how you all are feeling back home having to evacuate...im so sorry that you have to watch this happen right in front of you- Im sure it is the most painful thing in the world. my heart is so broken I am so sorry to every single person that lost their homes, and I hope we can come up with something very soon to help... as you can see- horses and other animals are being brought to beaches because there is no way to get out of Malibu anymore...I added a few places you can evacuate your animals to if anyone that needs help is reading this... I can’t imagine having to leave my horses behind..I feel so helpless right now ... thank you to all of the incredible fire fighters in Malibu and from the valley who are working so hard in danger for the community. You are so incredible And we salute you Bless 🦋 (opens in new tab)
A photo posted by @bellahadid on Nov 9, 2018 at 4:45pm PST
2. Kim Kardashian
A photo posted by @kimkardashian on Nov 9, 2018 at 3:58pm PST
3. Khloé Kardashian
4. Kris Jenner
After @kyliejenner sent this on our family group text @khloekardashian ran to the pharmacy to shop for the Firefighters... such a huge heart Bunny!! 😎 Let’s take care of our guys! Thank you to all of the men and women fighting these fires and risking their lives... #gratefulbeyondwords #powerofprayer Kris Jenner (opens in new tab)
A photo posted by @krisjenner on Nov 10, 2018 at 1:50pm PST
5. Cindy Crawford
A photo posted by @cindycrawford on Nov 10, 2018 at 9:18am PST
6. Gwyneth Paltrow
A photo posted by @gwynethpaltrow on Nov 10, 2018 at 5:47pm PST
7. Jessica Alba
As we cuddle our families tonight, you can help those impacted by these devastating fires #Repost @baby2baby Baby2Baby is working to get high-need items to children affected by the ongoing Camp Fire, Hill Fire & Woolsey Fire in California. Help us put diapers, wipes, blankets and other basic essentials into the hands of these families who have lost everything by purchasing from our registry. Link in bio. Jessica Alba (opens in new tab)
A photo posted by @jessicaalba on Nov 9, 2018 at 8:36pm PST
8. Amy Schumer
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9. Mandy Moore
I’m reposting @tropicalijaye here (thanks for doing the legwork, friend) as I’m sitting here watching the news dumbfounded with my in-laws who had to evacuate from Malibu. All people, wildlife and firefighters/first responders are on my mind and in my heart. More than 250,000 residents have been evacuated and so far it has consumed 35,000 acres - at 0% containment. It all feels so helpless but there are many ways to help if you feel inspired to. 1. go to www.vccf.org and donate to the ventura county community foundation. 2. go to www.hsvc.org and donate to the humane society of ventura county. 3. visit the red cross website and donate there or call 1-800-REDCROSS. #woolseyfire Mandy Moore (opens in new tab)
A photo posted by @mandymooremm on Nov 9, 2018 at 9:08pm PST
10. Amber Tamblyn
My hometown of Los Angeles is burning. My heart is breaking. Please support these firefighters and this community, most especially Thousand Oaks, which recently went through another tragedy when 12 people were murdered inside of a club just days ago. Devastating. #Repost @lafdfoundation ・・・ @losangelesfiredepartment Deputy Chief Trevor Richmond briefs the media during the 4:30 p.m. press conference that concluded moments ago. As it stands, the #WoolseyFire has chard 35,000 acres and has destroyed a significant number of structures. The #LAFD currently has 40 engine companies assisting agencies throughout #venturcounty supporting however they can. To support these men and women, click on the link in our bio to learn how. Continue to monitor www.vcemergency.com for the latest information. Amber Tamblyn (opens in new tab)
A photo posted by @amberrosetamblyn on Nov 10, 2018 at 4:24pm PST
11. Rowan Blanchard
I am so sad by these fires. LA is my lifelong home, born and raised. Sending so much love and healing and recovery to those who have had to evacuate and those who lost their homes. This is so terrifying. This poor earth. You can donate to a direct fund in my bio to help fire victims. (MALIBU, David Hockney, 1993) 💔 Rowan Blanchard (◕‿◕)🌹 (opens in new tab)
A photo posted by @rowanblanchard on Nov 10, 2018 at 4:01pm PST
12. Sarah Michelle Gellar
Today my heart is filled with sadness. This was my dear friend @chriscortazzo home, known as “the ranch” It was truly the most magical and peaceful place I have ever been. Yesterday the #woolseyfire destroyed it. I am sad, not just for the house, but for all the animals that called it home. In my heart I know it wasn’t magic that made the home so special, but the kind and generous heart of its owner Chris. Thank you to all the selfless fire firefighters working non stop to put out this terrible tragedy. Please everyone stay safe. Today I will raise a glass to all the special memories of the Ranch that no 🔥 can take away. And pray for safety and speedy containment. Sarah Michelle (opens in new tab)
A photo posted by @sarahmgellar on Nov 10, 2018 at 7:30am PST
13. Busy Philipps
I just put the link in my profile for a registry for basic essentials to help those affected by the wildfires here in California. Please consider helping out if you can. #Repost @baby2baby with @get_repost ・・・ Baby2Baby is working to get high-need items to children affected by the ongoing Camp Fire, Hill Fire & Woolsey Fire in California. Help us put diapers, wipes, blankets and other basic essentials into the hands of these families who have lost everything by purchasing from our registry. Link in bio. Busy Philipps (opens in new tab)
A photo posted by @busyphilipps on Nov 9, 2018 at 3:58pm PST
14. Lena Dunham
There is nothing that brings me more peace and relief than an afternoon in the ocean in Malibu. Wishing those affected there and in Oak Park, Thousand Oaks, and Paradise some semblance of peace and relief today. Grateful for the heroic firefighters battling the #CampFire #HillFire and #WoolseyFire and getting people to safety. Support these heroes as they work overtime and overtaxed and we need them to work safely, please consider donating to @cafirefound see link in bio 🌊 (art by @3fishstudios) Lena Dunham (opens in new tab)
A photo posted by @lenadunham on Nov 10, 2018 at 2:22pm PST
15. How you can help
Again, to help those affected by the California wildfires, visit RedCross.org (opens in new tab), call 1-800-RED-CROSS, or text REDCROSS to 90999 to make an automatic $10 donation. You can also donate via Facebook's Crisis Response page (opens in new tab) for the Woolsey Fire, which includes fundraising through GlobalGiving (opens in new tab) to help those affected by the fire.
Kayleigh Roberts is a freelance writer and editor with more than 10 years of professional experience. Her byline has appeared in Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Harper’s Bazaar, The Atlantic, Allure, Entertainment Weekly, MTV, Bustle, Refinery29, Girls’ Life Magazine, Just Jared, and Tiger Beat, among other publications. She's a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
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