As the northern Arizona community of Yarnell tries to recover from a wildfire that has claimed 19 lives , groups are already assembling to help those affected.
On Monday night, you helped ABC15 and the 100 Club of Arizona raise $121,000 for the families of the fallen.
The 100 Club of Arizona has also set up a memorial page where they are accepting monetary donations through their website.
The Grand Canyon Chapter of the Red Cross is not accepting any physical donations, such as food or blankets, but those who wish to make a monetary donation can do so at the Grand Canyon chapter website.
You can donate at redcross.org/donate , call 1-800-RED-CROSS or text "REDCROSS" to 90999 to donate an automatic $10.
The Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury are partnering on Tuesday, July 2 with the 100 Club of Arizona to raise money for their survivor's fund to help those affected by the wildfires. Donations will be accepted inside the U.S. Airways Center from 10:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
The Arizona Diamondbacks are also organizing a fundraiser to honor the fallen firefighters, but also to help out the families and the town of Yarnell.
All Fry's Food Stores are accepting donations for the Arizona Red Cross "Fire Hurts, Red Cross Helps" campaign through July 20. All funds stay local.
Those who support will have their pick of various "perks" based on the size of their donation, including an Ed Sheeran signed guitar, co-hosting a show on the My103.9 airwaves, various concert tickets and much more. The campaign will run from Tuesday through Sunday.
At a Tuesday afternoon news conference, Arizona Fire Chiefs Association spokesman Paul Bourgeois said the main donation site is yarnellfallenfirefighters.com . He also said said anyone wanting to donate could go to any Chase bank and ask to donate to account number 987218757.
National Bank of Arizona has also established a donation bank account through the United Way of Prescott. Donations can be made at any branch to United Way of Yavapai County, FBO Yarnell Hill Fire Fund - #0440011985. The donations will also help residents of Yarnell whose homes were destroyed in the fire.
Bourgeois also recommended people wanting to donate go to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation's website at wffoundation.org
The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation is offering counseling, scholarships and other programs to help the 19 fallen firefighters' families, according to spokesman Dave Statter.
You can learn more about the Yarnell Hill NFFF Fire Hero Fund at firehero.org.