The Carr Fire has burned 125,842 acres as of Thursday morning, and shows no signs of slowing down.
Cal Fire says the blaze is 35 percent contained, and as evacuations and road closures continue to be in place, over 1,060 residences have been destroyed so far.
In light of everything going on, [opular ride-sharing company Lyft announced it has partnered up with United Way Worldwide and the Red Cross to help victims of the Carr Fire.
The Lyft Relief Rides program was created to help people get around during natural disasters.
United Way will support over 50 Lyft rides to help seniors and those with transportation issues.
Ride codes will be given out to volunteers who are providing shelter, logistics, support, food, supply distribution, and mental health and nursing needs by the Red Cross. Majority of the volunteers will be picked up at Sacramento International Airport and dropped off in Rancho Cordova.