Help for Victims of the Ghost Ship Fire (UPDATED)December 5, 2016
Our thoughts and sympathies are with everyone affected by Friday night’s tragic fire at the Ghost Ship collective on 31st Avenue in Oakland, in with 36 people perished. For those who can afford to help, the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts has established a relief fund for victims of the fire. And the Oakland Athletics, Raiders and Golden State Warriors have established a matching fund as well.
An assistance center for family members and friends looking to locate a missing loved one will be open from 8am to 8pm at 2425 E. 12th Street and official updates are available at (510) 238-2181 or online.
Out of respect, and with more questions than answers at the moment, general commenting on this post has been disabled. We will, however, provide UPDATES with respect to any additional resources and a follow-up report later this week.
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Out of respect, and with more questions than answers at the moment, general commenting on this post has been disabled. We will, however, provide updates with any additional resources and a follow-up report later this week.
UPDATE: A Google Doc aimed at matching those who can provide lodging, clothing, or other resources/services with those who have been affected by the fire is making the rounds. Please proceed with caution: Resources to support Ghost Ship.
UPDATE: A support line for victims and their families is now operational at (510) 272-6180.
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