The San Jose Flood Victims Relief Fund will support nonprofit organizations providing immediate and long-term relief and recovery assistance to flood victims in San Jose. Donate online now.
In February 2017, during one of the wettest winters in decades, several San Jose neighborhoods experienced severe flooding that has forced thousands of residents and businesses to evacuate their homes and caused significant damage to public and private property throughout the city. The most severe flooding has taken place in neighborhoods along Coyote Creek, which includes a number of low-income communities and mobile home parks that were submerged when Anderson Reservoir reached its capacity and began spilling into the creek. For the latest information, residents should go the City of San Jose Office of Emergency Services.
About the Relief Fund
While it will take some time to fully assess the damage caused by this emergency, we know that many families will require assistance in the weeks and months ahead. Your donation to the San Jose Flood Victims Relief Fund will help provide relief to those most in need.
- American Red Cross
- Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
- Sacred Heart Community Service
- The Salvation Army
SVCF thanks the following companies for hosting special employee-matching campaigns through March 31, 2017, resulting in more than $26,000 matched.
- ON Semiconductor
- Palo Alto Networks
- Western Digital
Donate by Check
Make checks out to “Silicon Valley Community Foundation” and write “San Jose Flood Victims Relief Fund” in the memo line. Mail checks to:
Please note: The companies listed below offer year-round matches for employee giving, and may match your donation. If your company is listed below, please proceed with your donation, and be sure to inform your company about your gift. SVCF will not contact the companies below regarding your donation.
- Lam Research
- Structural Integrity Associates, Inc.