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These L.A. hotels, restaurants and more are offering rooms and proceeds to fire evacuees and responders. Here’s how you can help.

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Photograph: Stephanie Breijo DTLA's Hoxton Hotel is offering free rooms to evacuees.

This L.A. fire season is already proving to be relentless. The Getty and Saddle Ridge fires are still raging with more than 600 acres burned in the Getty Fire alone, and dozens of neighborhoods still under evacuation notice.

If you’re in need of temporary housing, a few of L.A.’s hotels are offering discounted and even free rooms for fire evacuees (and if you need to know whether you’re in an evacuation zone, check the likes of this up-to-date Los Angeles Fire Department map). If you’d like to donate—in addition to direct, online donations to the LAFD, the Red Cross and California Fire Foundation—a number of area restaurants and shops are donating their proceeds and fundraising for firefighters and others in the fire’s way.

Even LeBron James, a Getty Fire evacuee, is lending a hand, sending Mariscos Jalisco to feed first responders. Here’s how you can help out, too, even if it’s only by ordering a salad for dinner. 


The Hoxton Hotel: Downtown’s new boutique hotel only just opened, but the international chain is already diving into the community in a big way. If you’re an L.A. resident who’s been displaced by the recent fires, email and provide proof of address “for a place to call home this week,” free of charge through Thursday. 

The Mondrian Los Angeles Hotel: If you’ve evacuated your home due to fire and need a place to stay, West Hollywood’s Mondrian Hotel is offering up to 30 percent off its room rates. You can check availability and book evacuee rates here.

Pacifica Hotels: The Pacifica hotel group has eight properties across the L.A. area, and all are offering discounted room rates for evacuees with proof of address or evacuation notice. Contact Santa Monica’s Georgian Hotel at 310-395-9945; Marina Del Rey’s Jamaica Bay Inn at 310-823-5333; the Marina del Rey Hotel at 310-301-1000; Venice’s The Kinney at 310-821-4455; the Inn at Venice Beach ay 310-821-2557; the Venice Breeze Suites at 310-566-2222; the Venice Suites at 310-566-5224; and Pico-Robertson’s the Carlyle Inn at 310-275-4445.


Sweetgreen: Today only, October 29, all L.A.-area Sweetgreen restaurants are donating 100 percent of their profits to LAFD. You can find your nearest Sweetgreen here. Go on and grab some salad for a cause.

Holy Cow: To help those looking to feed the masses, local BBQ chain Holy Cow is offering $10 off the price of party packs in their Santa Monica and Culver City locations. “To the evacuees and firefighters affected by the fires,” the business posted, “we’re keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.”


Theragun Reset: The Westfield Century City mall has a new massage-oriented shop and relaxation room, Theragun Reset, and to help put evacuees and first responders at ease, the store is offering free massage sessions. Book your 15-minute appointment online and use code GETTY25, and be sure to bring proof of address or first-responder, LAFD or law-enforcement employment.

Unlikely Florist: Today only, Venice’s Unlikely Florist is setting up a flower shop that donates all proceeds “to those affected by the current Getty Fire.” Drop by florist Spencer Falls’s studio at 715 Hampton Drive in Venice now through 7pm to pick up some gorgeous buds, all donation-based and starting at $10. If you can’t make it out, you can also donate online.

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If you are a hotel, restaurant or other business offering aid and donation-based specials for LAFD and fire evacuees, please don’t hesitate to email to be added to this story.