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Anonymous donations are welcomed.

8/23/2021: GofundMe Campaign Expanded

The application can be downloaded using the button below or picked up from our office at 711 E. Main Street.

Applications for funds will be accepted at our 711 E. Main Street office. Funds will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. This fund was established to provide immediate material support to victims of the Dixie Fire. All funds received by the campaign go directly to beneficiaries. One $500 award per household.

Eligible applicants fo the GoFundMe funds include Greenville residents whose home was lost in the Dixie Fire of 2021.

Other Plumas County residents who have lost their home can also apply using the form below. As funds become available through other sources, one $500 award per household will be made available on a first come, first served basis.


A GoFundMe fund was established by Alicia King Marshall, a former resident of Greenville, CA. Plumas Rural Services (PRS), a Plumas-based nonprofit organization, receives and administers the donations of this fund. PRS has also received direct donations and grants to support Dixie Fire victims.


 Radio Hill, Quincy looking east 8/30/21


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9/1/21 Update:
We are now taking applications from anyone in Plumas County that lost their home to the Dixie Fire. Please visit https://plumasruralservices.org to apply and for more information.
At this time 244 donors have raised $38,000 (not including other private donations). We can't thank them enough as this has allowed us to help 90 Greenville households of the 200+ on the list.
If you can, please give. Even $5 dollars helps immensely. 
Funds raised from this GoFundMe go directly to fire victims in Indian Valley who lost their homes. PRS has received some direct donations and grant funds as well, and these can be distributed to anyone in Plumas County who lost their home to the Dixie Fire.


Additional Area Resources

Dixie Fire resources are emerging and changing continually. This is not a complete list of all resources. These services may not be available in the future and supplies may run out. Please call providers when possible before traveling to access services.

Plumas County Dixie Fire Resource Sheet


Butte County 211 is collaborating with local Plumas agencies to create a centralized resource site. For now, there are multiple resource lists in development by various relief and recovery agencies which are listed as links at the end of this document.





Community Training

Training related to mental health and suicide intervention.


Domestic Violence Services

Offering counseling for victims. 



ALIVE provides training and support for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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Plumas Rural Services is a Northeastern California community based, non-profit organization providing services and opportunities for the well being of local residents and families to improve quality of life and self sufficiency by promoting health, education, prevention and treatment.

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PRS Domestic Violence staff can be reached at 530-283-5675, Monday through Friday (except holidays).

If you are concerned about domestic violence and you need to chat or would like more information you can email us anytime at dvs@plumasruralservices.org

If you are in need of assistance with a domestic violence emergency, please call 911 immediately. 

After-hours assistance can be found by contacting the Plumas-Sierra Crisis Line at 1-877-332-2754 or text "Here2Help" to 72727.

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