SACRAMENTO–A few weeks ago, the team at Bonneville Sacramento looked out their windows in awe of the smoke from the Camp Fire that had taken over Sacramento. They watched the destruction of Paradise on the news and decided they needed to do something to help their neighborhoods. Within 36-hours they were preparing to launch a concert to help the Salvation Army’s relief of the Camp Fire. Their team collectively assembled artists, a venue, sponsors, and a plan to help. After the sold-out show, the Bonneville Charitable Foundation wrote a check to the Salvation Army for over $63,000.