Oakland fire: How you can help

Friends and family members of those lost in the fire set up flowers in a makeshift memorial in Oakland on Sunday, December 4, 2016. (Jonah Owen Lamb/S.F. Examiner)

Friends and family members of those lost in the fire set up flowers in a makeshift memorial in Oakland on Sunday, December 4, 2016. (Jonah Owen Lamb/S.F. Examiner)

For those looking to assist the victims and their families from the deadly fire in Oakland late Friday night, here is a list of ways to help.

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A fund set up for people to donate to the victims can be found here.

The Oakland A’s professional baseball team are matching donations to this fund of up to $30,000.

A Family Assistance Center has been set up at 2425 E. 12th St. where family and friends can go to find out information about loved ones.

People can also call the Alameda County coroner’s bureau at (510) 382-3000 for more information.

Do you know other ways people can help? Tell us in the comments.

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