In October 2017, devastating fires tore through Santa Rosa. Our district lost an elementary school and a high school's farm, and all of our schools were closed for three weeks. About 900 students and staff members lost their homes and everything in them. Since then, we have been touched by the generosity of people throughout California and the nation. Your donations continue to help our staff, students and families. And they remind us that we will get through this, together. On behalf of Santa Rosa City Schools – thank you!
Do you need services?
Santa Rosa City Schools knows that recovering from the fires will take years, and it requires services after school hours. That is why we have partnered with generous donors* to create the Santa Rosa Integrated Wellness Center, which will provide the following services to any students or families affected by the fires, whether they lost a home or not, at NO COST:
- Academic tutoring and supplies
- Childcare services for families using the Center
- Basic nurse services
The Integrated Wellness Center will also serve fire-affected families from other local school districts. Just provide the student's name and the school they attend.
2232 Lomitas Avenue, Santa Rosa
For more information, call 707-890-3827
*ComcastNBCUniversal, Kaiser Permanente, NorthBay Fire Relief, United Way Wine Country
Would you like to donate?
Santa Rosa City Schools is still working to address the needs of our school community after the devastating fires. The best way to help is to donate money or gift cards. You can do that in two ways:
- Send checks or gift cards to Fiscal Services Office, Santa Rosa City Schools, 211 Ridgway Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA, 95401.
- Contribute using SRCS PayPal
If you do not specify that the donation is for a particular school, we will make sure your donation goes to those in our district who need it. The need in our school community is unimaginable. Thank you for your donation!
Thank You to our generous donors, including:
Raley's, Piedmont Trischool SERVES, Sonoma County Jewish Community Center, Kiwanis Elks and Eagles Clubs of Alameda, Crothersville Elementary School, Rancho Tehama Elementary School, Discovery Charter School, Dailard Elementary School, Harriet Eddy Middle School, Bishop’s Peak Elementary School, Oakland A’s, Jayne Johnson, San Jose Buddhist Church, Innovate Ed, Perkins & Will, New Vintage Church, Alamo School, Preethi Chandrasekhar, St. Brigid School, Costco, GV Cellars, Jostens, Petaluma Elks Lodge #901, San Franicisco 49ers Foundation, Jennifer Zangwill, Caitlyn Wilcox, Royal Oaks Elementary (Visalia Unified School District), Mt. Diablo Unified School District, Lookout Inc., Maria Franey, Barbara Taufer, Lauren Crouch and Bob Pollnow, Ran Costello, Kris Cosca, Ulloa Elementary, Hillview Middle, Kristy Ta, Dublin San Ramon Womens Club, Rita Weighall, Ken and Cindy Brennan, Jennifer Stults, Eric Smith, Deena Swidler, Heidi Seven, Kristi Nielsen, Steven Schmidt, Sara Oster, Julie Peterich, Marcelle Johnsen, JazzMook Fiber Arts, JG LLC, Wing Kwan, United Way.