In the wake of the wildfires raging in the North Bay, San Francisco-based AirBNB has activated its disaster response and relief program, which lets Bay Area hosts offer evacuees and relief workers a free place to stay.
People in need of temporary housing, including displaced survivors, first responders, and volunteers can connect with AirBNB hosts in SF, Marin & Alameda counties who are opening their homes free of charge through October 30. Head to AirBNB.com for more info on the program.
As of early Tuesday morning, 24 users have signed up to offer free stays in their home.
For more on how you can help head to CBS San Francisco.