Online Auction ends Sunday, June 13th, 5:00pm PDT.

All products and services have been donated by local businesses. Proceeds will go to 3 local organizations committed to addressing the growing wildfire threat:

  • Cachagua Volunteer Fire Department

  • Monterey Regional Fire District's Benevolence Fund

  • Robles Firewise Group

Examples of available items include:

  • ”The Ultimate Go-Bag” by VLES designs—Stocked with supplies that exceed FEMA/Red Cross standards. Good for 2 people for 72 hours. 

  • Jerome’s Carmel Valley Market $250 gift certificate

  • “Hollywood Celebrity Mystery Swag Bag” (geared toward a female celebrity). Approximate retail value of all items 

  • Michael Nesmith of The Monkees: Zoom Meet-and-Greet, signed LP and signed Elephant Parts poster. 

  • Café Rustica $75 gift certificate

  • Refuge: 2 Deluxe Admissions 

  • “In-Home Disaster Preparedness Consultation” by Peace of Mind Preparedness. 

  • Valley Hills Nursery $250 gift certificate.

  • Big Sur Vineyards: Private tasting for 6 with owner. 

  • Monterey Zoo 1-Year Family Pass. 

  • Dinner for 4 at The Forge 

  • Gift Certificates to Local Restaurants, Shops, Artisans, Services, Vineyards and Carmel Valley Farmers Market Vendors.

Robles Firewise Group

Welcome to our Robles Firewise group Website. Please note that this website is under construction and will be updated regularly.  We hope that you will enjoy exploring our website to discover ways to participate in neighborhood fire clearance events, learn about vital and informative links and resources for fire safety and protection, fill out our volunteer interest survey and sign up for our neighborhood emergency phone tree and upcoming chipper days.

If you have any questions, please get in touch:

Robles Firewise on KSBW!

 The members of the Robles Firewise group who have created this homepage are not liable for any use of the information found within its contents. This is strictly an informational website, and although we will strive to post the most peer reviewed and reliable information available to us, it is always best to consult with fire safety professionals. So, for verification of validity of information posted or any necessity of utilization, please contact your local, regional or national fire departments or associations or a local contractor.