Architects Respond to California Wildfires
Architecture for Humanity designers band together to help rebuild for people who have lost homes and businesses to the fires of Southern California.
Voluntary architects and designers in Southern California are banding together to prepare to help families and businesses rebuild. Early this week, Rebuild, the local San Diego chapter of Architecture for Humanity responded by volunteering in the evacuation center at Qualcomm Stadium. A meeting is being planned to discuss long-term solutions. Architecture for Humanity Los Angeles is also partnering with Rebuild San Diego to mount a regional-wide response including sharing information regarding local municipalities' relief efforts.
Architecture for Humanity efforts will focus on rebuilding and reconstruction.
We welcome all support and donations (please do not send donations of materials at this time). To learn more about each chapter's efforts, click UPDATES.
Rebuild is the San Diego chapter of Architecture for Humanity, a non-profit organization promoting architectural and design solutions to global, social and humanitarian crisis. For more information, please visit http://www.afhsd-rebuild.org.
About Architecture for Humanity Los Angeles
Architecture for Humanity Los Angeles is a multi-disciplinary crowd of young professionals dedicated to advancing the humanitarian cause specific to the Los Angeles County region with respect to the greater worldwide community. For more information, please visit http://www.afhla.org.
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Fire evacuees turn stadium into home BBC Online, October 25, 2007
Architects Respond to California Wild Fires PR Newswire, October 24, 2007
At least 600 structures destroyed in San Diego fire Los Angeles Times, October 22, 1007.
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