Nearly 1,200 American Red Cross responders have provided thousands of evacuees and other clients with over 8,300 shelter overnight stays, 25,000 meals, and 53,000 snacks. The 18 large wildfires burning across California have already consumed 559,000 acres, displaced over 40,000 residents, and drawn more than 14,000 firefighters. The Mendocino Complex fire, the second-largest wildfire, is on course to become the largest wildfire in California’s history with new evacuations every day. The deadly Carr fire, which has been burning for two weeks near Redding, California, has killed 7 people and destroyed nearly 1,100 homes. Red Cross direct client assistance, casework, and mass care services continue to meet the needs of those newly affected as well as those beginning the recovery process with comfort, hope and a path to rebuilding their lives.