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Eel River Valley Earthquakes Recovery Information

On Dec. 20, 2022, Humboldt County experienced an earthquake and endured subsequent aftershocks and power outages amidst inclement weather. We are working to respond to and help coordinate resources available.

Updates about our emergency response and related grantmaking will be available on our social media and website.

Applications and information for prospective grantees for the Disaster Fund

Donations to the Disaster Fund can be made here

Read: HAF+WRCF Community Message in Aftermath of Dec. 20 Earthquake

Ways to Give

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Ways to Give

Ways to Receive

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Native Cultures Fund


Nonprofit Resources


We support emerging grassroots and collaborative leaders, with a focus on those addressing local systemic challenges. We prioritize efforts to heal historical trauma and improve the health of vulnerable communities.

Learn About Our Initiatives


The privilege that many feel to safely, happily and fully pursue their lives here is not a shared experience. And it can never be until together we heal from our history of harming Indigenous, Black, Latinx, Asian, and other People of Color, and fix the systems that threaten their lives. Read More »

Native Land Acknowledgement Statement

We acknowledge that the land on which we are based is un-ceded territory and traditional ancestral homeland of indigenous nations: Hupa, Karuk, Mattole, Tolowa, Wailaki, Wiyot, Yurok, and other original inhabitants of Humboldt County. We respect and share our gratitude to Indigenous communities. We take this opportunity to thank and honor the original caretakers of land they continue to cherish and protect, as elders have instructed the young through generations. We encourage those in Wiyot territory to make a contribution to the Honor Tax, a system set up by local non-native people as one way to acknowledge the sacrifices and resiliency of the Wiyot people. Though there is no similar system for other Tribes in the region, we encourage direct giving to Tribes and Native-led efforts. 

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