Save The Bay is devastated for everyone affected by the powerful Napa and Sonoma wildfires. What began as a weekend of celebration for the Bay Area – with the second annual Bay Day, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Fleet Week, and other joyous events taking place around the region – has turned into a week of fear and loss for many Bay Area residents. Our hearts go out to our many supporters and partner organizations in the affected areas, as well as all who love them.

Seven million residents live in the Bay Area, and the Bay unites us all. We at Save The Bay hope for the safety and security of everyone in the fires’ path, and for speedy rebuilding and recovery from this horrible disaster.

Sincerely,
Save The Bay

Save The Bay

Save The Bay campaigns for a healthy Bay and a sustainable Bay Area in this era of climate change and growing population. We mobilize Bay Area residents to protect and restore the Bay for future generations, both as advocates in their community and volunteers on the shoreline. We work with scientists and policymakers to protect the Bay as our region’s most important natural resource—essential to our environment, economy, and quality of life.