Disaster Relief Fund

When disaster hits close to home, the Disaster Relief Fund helps residents rebuild.

The Habitat for Humanity San Luis Obispo Disaster Relief Fund is a local effort modeled after the Habitat for Humanity International Disaster Response program, which seeks to connect volunteers and donors with individuals needing assistance, support, and partnerships as we work to repair and rebuild our community in a time of need.

The fund was introduced in January 2023 after a series of storms produced historic rainfall across the state of California, causing significant damage in San Luis Obispo County.

Support the Disaster Relief Fund and help rebuild our community.

2023 Storm Reponse

How to ApplyApplictions coming soon!

To qualify for a disbursement from the 2023 Disaster Relief Fund, applicants should meet the following criteria:

  • Applicants must be residents of San Luis Obispo County
  • Applicant should display a financial hardship
  • The affected property must be located in San Luis Obispo County
  • The affected property must be the applicant’s primary residence

Applications will be reviewed and receive individual responses. Disbursement amounts will be contingent on the amount available in the Fund, the extent of the applicant’s need and the discretion of the approving authority.

How to Support

Donations may be submitted online or mailed to:
Habitat for Humanity San Luis Obispo
PO Box 613 San Luis Obispo, CA 93406

Due to storm damage at our San Luis Obispo ReStore location, our own storage and staging space has been reduced. Consequently, we will not be accepting in-kind donations of furniture, fixtures, or building materials through this campaign.


Photos courtesy of Brent Bramer, Habitat SLO board member and pastor of SLO City Church. SLO City Church supported the Los Osos community on Vista Ct. when mudslides entered homes and destroyed properties.

Donate to the fund today.

Applications for the Disaster Relief Fund will be accepted soon. Check back to download your application and submit your relief request.

Rather donate to the fund? Click below to submit your donation online.