(KGTV) -- Southern California businesses have come out in force to help those forced to evacuate due to the Holy Fire.
Some places are even being forced to turn away donations because they’ve received too many.
Thursday, the Lake Elsinore Sheriff’s Station posted a message on Facebook asking the community to stop donating. The station said they were running out of room to store the goods.
Thank you all for what you have provided! We appreciate the outpouring of support and contributions we are receiving from the public. However, at this time we cannot accept any further donations as they have overwhelmed several of the Trabuco Fire stations. #HolyFire
— Cleveland NF (@ClevelandNF) August 10, 2018
Also Thursday, three Southern California U-Haul companies announced they are extending 30 days of free self-storage and U-Box container usage for residents affected by the Holy Fire.
Another moving company, Ruff and Ready Move and Storage in Temecula is offering their services to help evacuees move important items out of their homes. The business is also offering some free storage for those forced to flee the Holy Fire.
GoFundMe compiled a list of accounts created to help fire victims.