The CU community in California braces for potential losses from the wild fires.

The National Credit Union Foundation said Tuesday it is working with the staff at the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues to provide disaster relief funds for credit union people affected by the state’s wildfires.

Though firefighters have been making progress over the last few days in containing the wildfires, they continue to battle more than a dozen blazes that are threatening lives and property, according to national media reports. The disaster has so far claimed the lives of six firefighters and four civilians. Earlier this month, the league reported the wildfires forced credit union employees to evacuate their homes.

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