Oakland sports teams are chipping in to help victims of the fire at a converted Oakland warehouse that killed at least nine people and perhaps as many as 40.
The Golden State Warriors, based in Oakland, have also pledged $50,000 to the Unity Council, a local nonprofit that assists community members.
The NFL's Oakland Raiders pledged to match up to $30,000 from a YouCaring page set up by the Oakland A's baseball team, Fox News reports.
The A's touted fans' "overwhelming generosity."
As of 9:00 a.m Sunday, a YouCaring crowdfunding page for fire victims has raised more than $40,000.
The fire broke out late Friday night, with at least 50 people inside. By Saturday, the converted warehouse, known as the Oakland Ghost Ship, was rubble. The building was a residential and studio space for local artists, according to the Los Angeles Times. It was hosting a concert called the Golden Donna 100% Silk 2016 West Coast Tour. The venue had hosted "low key" events before, locals said.
The San Francisco Giants said the team would support the A's effort.
WATCH | One survivor of the fire described his harrowing escape on CNN.
WATCH | Here's a look at the blaze. Former residents told the LA Times the warehouse was a "death trap" with no sprinklers and had rooms crammed with flammable wooden instruments and furniture.
Dozens of concert attendees are still missing.