Helping the Vrbeta Family After the Camp Fire

The Camp Fire back in November is considered the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history, resulting in 86 deaths and tens of thousands of destroyed residences and structures. One of those families who lost their home is the Vrbeta family.

Not only did this family of four—five if you count their four-legged canine companion, Harry—lost their home, but also nearly everything. Michael Vrbeta, the father, lost his dental business in the fire—a lab where he made dentures and partials. The Camp Fire claimed the Feather River Hospital where the mother, Hollie Anne, worked as a nurse in the Peri-Anesthesia Care Unit.

On top of losing their jobs, their truck that contained everything the family grabbed before evacuating their home was stolen out of the Staybridge Suites’ parking lot in Sacramento, where the family was currently staying. Michael and Hollie Anne’s son is five and their daughter is three.

Fortunately, law enforcement authorities were able to recover their truck, along with most of their belongings. Yet, this family is still in dire need of good fortune.

At Miller Injury Attorneys, our legal team has adopted the Vrbeta family in order to help them get back on their feet again after the devastating fire. We wanted to reach out to friends and family who have been wanting to help but didn't know how.

Gift cards from the following places would provide significant help because they are near the motel they’re currently staying in:

  • WinCo
  • Safeway
  • Subway
  • Panera
  • Togo’s
  • Olive Garden
  • Gas stations such as Chevron, Shell, 76, etc.

We are not limited to just gift cards, so feel free to donate what you find in your heart to do. Anything you can do to help would be greatly appreciated.

If you would like to donate any of the above, you can mail it to our office at:

The Vrbeta Family c/o Miller Injury Attorneys
875 Embarcadero Drive
Suite 2
El Dorado Hills, CA 95762.

We will keep you posted on how they are doing as well as what more of their needs might be as they go through the process of looking for a home and new jobs.

For more information about helping out the Vrbeta family, contact us at (916) 525-7761 today.