Here's how you can help those affected by the California wildfires

Firefighter Jose Corona sprays water as flames consume a house in Magalia, California.

(CNN)Three major wildfires are burning at both ends of California -- the Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires.

Northern California's Camp Fire is now the most destructive and deadliest fire in the state's history.
    More than 80 people are dead statewide, hundreds are unaccounted for and more than 300,000 people have been forced from their homes.
    Below are other ways you can assist:

    Transportation

    Lyft is offering free rides to people in the affected areas. Dial 211 for assistance.

    Communication

    Let your family know you're safe by using Facebook's safety check for the affected areas.
    AT&T is allowing unlimited talk, text and data access to all customers in Southern California.

    Shelter

    Airbnb hosts are providing free rooms in Ventura and Butte counties until November 29.
    The city of Rolling Hills Estates is accepting horses affected by the Woolsey Fire.
    The Humane Society of Ventura County is accepting dogs, cats, horses and other domesticated animals.

      Donations

      Organizations are on the ground with food, water and other relief supplies. You can donate by clicking the button below.