Donate to Washington Fires and Help Those in Need

In the state of Washington, wildfires have burned more than 330,000 acres of brush and timber. Hurricane-force winds and hot, arid conditions have forced hundreds to evacuate and even burned 80% of the 200-person town of Malden to the ground. 

Donate to Washington wildfire relief today.


Firefighter carrying little boy after successful rescue operation

How to support Washington wildfire victims

GoFundMe has launched a centralized hub identifying all verified fundraisers created to help residents who have lost their homes and have been displaced by the fires. The centralized hub will be updated on a regular basis with new fundraisers that have been verified by our Trust & Safety team. All fundraisers are backed by the GoFundMe Guarantee, which ensures that all funds go to the right place. 

Additionally,, the company’s charitable and advocacy arm, has launched the Wildfire Relief Fund to offer relief to Washingtonians in need. When donors support the GoFundMe.Org fund, GoFundMe.Org selects and then distributes donations to verified fundraisers and organizations that help those affected.

Malden, WA
On Monday, September 7th, 2020 the Place Family lost their home,  along with...
Last donation 3w ago
$10,754 raised of $50,000
$10,754 raised
Marshall, WA
My parents were unfortunately victims of the firestorm that swept through the to...
Last donation 3w ago
$7,510 raised of $50,000
$7,510 raised
Spokane, WA
Alicia Barranco, my sister, and her family, lost their home in the Malden fire l...
Last donation 2mos ago
$5,150 raised of $5,000
$5,150 raised
Malden, WA
Any help is appreciated  So my mom Diana and my little sister Briaunna, lived ...
Last donation 2mos ago
$4,870 raised of $20,000
$4,870 raised
Tekoa, WA
My friend Sage and her boyfriend lost everything today in the Malden Washington ...
Last donation 5d ago
$4,106 raised of $10,000
$4,106 raised
Malden, WA
Honestly anything helps at this point..Our whole town caught on fire from a whea...
Last donation 1mo ago
$2,555 raised of $5,000
$2,555 raised
Spokane, WA
Our son, Alex and his young  family just lost everything in a house fire. A lot...
Last donation 2mos ago
$1,700 raised of $5,000
$1,700 raised
Malden, WA
Today the town of Malden Washigton burnt down. My dad was evacuated. So him and ...
Last donation 1mo ago
$1,330 raised of $10,000
$1,330 raised
Malden, WA
On 9/7/20 a devestating fire swept thru Malden Wa destroying most of the town. W...
Last donation 2mos ago
$785 raised of $100,000
$785 raised
Malden, WA
80% of Malden was burned down! Trying to help families recover and rebuild!...
Last donation 2mos ago
$70 raised of $25,000
$70 raised

Up-to-date information on Washington wildfires

Please check the following resources for up-to-date information about fires.

Why donate to Washington fire victims?

Nearly 330,000 acres burned in Washington in just under 48 hours. Governor Jay Inslee said the amount of land burned in 24 hours was more than 12 of the last 18 wildfire seasons, marking an unprecedented wildfire crisis within the state.

The largest fires- the Cold Springs and Palm Hill fires in Okanogan and Douglas counties- displaced hundreds of people. Among nine of the most significant fires across the state, at least three started Sept. 7 as weather and wind conditions threatened containment and were the cause for the explosive growth of the fires.

Read your state wildfire information to find current information with up to date statistics available regarding acres burned and total fires.