North Coast Opportunities is partnering with The Community Foundation of Mendocino County to provide financial assistance to survivors in the Calpella community 

North Coast Opportunities (NCO) is offering financial assistance and other support services for individuals impacted by the Hopkins Fire. With funding from the Community Foundation's Disaster Fund for Mendocino County, Calpella households who have experienced the loss of home or property may be eligible to receive at least $1,000 in financial assistance. 

NCO and the Community Foundation have a history of collaborating to help Mendocino County community members facing disasters, most recently over the last 18 months to support families and individuals impacted by COVID-19, and in 2017, 2018, and 2020 after wildfires displaced hundreds of residents. 

“We are pleased to continue this partnership with the Community Foundation to serve the community,” said NCO Executive Director Patty Bruder. “Their ongoing support helps us provide a sense of stability and security for our individuals and families in times of disaster and uncertainty.” 

To apply for Hopkins Fire assistance through NCO, visit You may also leave a confidential message at the direct NCO disaster recovery line (707)-621-8817 and an NCO Disaster Case Manager will return your call, email, or pick up a paper application at the NCO offices at 413 North State Street in Ukiah, 9 AM - 3 PM Monday through Friday. 

Applicants will be asked to provide documentation to verify their residency of Calpella to receive financial support. Required documentation may include a valid ID, verification of address in the form of a PG&E or utility bill, or a lease agreement. 

To support fire evacuees and survivors with a financial gift, you can make a donation to The Community Foundation’s Disaster Fund for Mendocino County at 

The United Disaster Relief of Northern California, a donation and distribution center, is providing essential items and gift cards to those who were impacted by the Hopkins Fire. If you have been affected by a recent disaster such as the Hopkins Fire and need material goods, you can drop by the center at 1240 Airport Park Blvd. between 10 AM and 2 PM Monday through Friday. If you would like to donate items to the center, please call (707) 489-3970 or send an email to to schedule an appointment. 

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Click here to download a paper application. 


The amount of Hopkins Fire financial relief available to fire survivors is dependent on donations. To help NCO provide for the immediate needs of fire survivors, please consider making a donation.

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