FOX40 Teams Up With Raley’s, Sacramento Kings and Red Cross to Benefit Victims of Wildfires

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SACRAMENTO--

FOX40 is teaming up with Raley's and the Sacramento Kings to help raise money for victims of the Butte and Valley wildfires.

Raley's is putting up cash donation boxes in all of their 114 stores, including Bel Air and Nob Hill locations. The boxes will appear in stores starting Friday.

You can donate online at foodforfamilies.org.

You can also donate by texting. The code for text to give is 85944. The key word is ENDHUNGER. You can then decide how much you want to donate.

You can also donate through Raley's Food for Families Facebook page.

One hundred percent of the proceeds will go directly to wildfire victims in California. Half will go to the Red Cross to help provide aid and shelter across California during an unprecedented fire season, and the other half will go to the Raley's non-profit "Food for Families" to help fund food banks in areas affected by the Butte and Valley fires.

Checks made out to the Red Cross should include "California wildfires" in the memo.