Did someone come to your aid during the recent wildfires? A neighbor, a volunteer, a first responder? And you'd like to thank them for their help?
Here's one way to do it: KQED's in-house cartoonist, Mark Fiore, made a series of virtual thank-you cards for the fire heroes that you can share to thank a specific person, a group (like a fire station, nonprofit, animal rescue group, etc.) or a mystery helper.
Choose the card that fits, copy it and tag the person or the group (and use #fireheroes on social media). We're collecting hero stories, too, so check out our form (at the end here) when you're done with the cards.
And ... if you have a moment, fill out our form. Even if you don't know the name of your hero -- let's say it's a mystery helper -- that's not a problem. We'll do our best to connect you. Share your story and a KQED reporter may be in touch.