Who are We?

Malibu Foundation is a non-profit organization that is working to help Southern California rebuild and recover after the Woolsey Fire. Our internal programs and partner organizations are doing everything they can to serve the full scope of the community’s needs: housing, job placement, rebuilding, wellness, legal assistance, advocacy, and finance. We are also working to serve our environment and the beautiful flora and fauna that were also affected by the fires to create resilient communities. 


RELIEF. REBUILD. RESILIENCE

 
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Mission

Malibu Foundation is committed to the long-term rebuilding of areas affected by the Woolsey Fire. Our goal is to ensure a climate resilient community that is sustainable. To achieve this, we coordinate with organizations in the public sector that provide economic development, emotional support, and advocacy to help us leverage our impact.

PHASE I: RELIEF

Provide immediate financial support to those most desperately in need.

PHASE II: REBUILD

Work toward strategically integrating fire prevention and building towards a greener, more resilient community.

PHASE III: RESILIENCE

Advocate on local, state, and federal levels for more meaningful spending on behalf of the Woolsey victims and Malibu.

 

Team

 

Board of Directors