The Paradise Hope Center
The Paradise Hope Center is an extension of Oroville Hope Center providing food, clothing and other basic necessities as well as referrals to help Camp Fire Survivors begin rebuild their homes and lives.
Established in Paradise by the Oroville Hope center in the wake of the 2018 Camp Fire, the Paradise Hope Center provides disaster relief and recovery services, donation management, and volunteer coordination for those affected by the disaster.
We accept the following types of donations:
- In-date non-perishable canned & packaged foods
- One-time financial donations
- Monthly financial pledges
- Please contact us at (530) 538-8398 to arrange delivery.
Hope Center Disaster Relief
By Appointment Only
Oroville Hope Center has been designated by the California Office of Emergency Services and the Butte County General Services Administration to become the official Butte County Site for Donations Management & Warehousing in times of emergency or disaster. We provide donations receiving, warehousing, and distribution to those affected by disasters, such as the Oroville Dam Crisis and the more recent Camp Fire in 2018. We can receive donations of most types (both goods and finances) to support survivors of emergencies and disasters when activated by the Office of Emergency Services. If you want to donate, please contact the number above.
The Story of Paradise
The Camp Fire
In 2018, the largest wildfire in California history decimated the city of Paradise and surrounding areas. The Hope Center immediately began putting together and implementing a disaster relief plan, and with the help of the community, other local organizations, and an outpouring of generosity from across the county, provided food, water, and other donated goods to those affected.
Relief & Recovery
After the Camp Fire, the Hope Center was designated by the California Office of Emergency Services and Butte County General Services Administration to become the official Butte County Site for Donations Management & Warehousing in times of emergency or disaster. Since the disaster we have provided donations receiving, warehousing and distribution to those affected. We are able to receive donations of most types (both goods and finances) to aid in the support of survivors of emergencies and disasters when activated by the Office of Emergency Services.
Helping the less fortunate in our community since 2005
We’ve collected and distributed MILLIONS of dollars worth of donated goods to our community!
The Hope Center provides food, clothing, and resources to our most vulnerable community members. We serve Butte County with centers based in Oroville and Paradise.
Reach Out. Make a Difference.
Whether you’d like to donate, volunteer, or bring a team of volunteers to help out at one of our sites, we’d love to hear from you! You can also make an appointment with one of our staff members for a personal tour and one-on-one conversation about what’s happening at the Oroville Hope Center and how you can help!