People from across the state have been stepping up to donate to the families of the Yarnell 19, as well as those who lost everything in the fire.
Pancake after pancake, the employees of the Harley-Davidson store in Scottsdale served up more than just breakfast, but money for the families of the Yarnell 19.
A portion of all their sales going to the fund and for every motorcycle sold Saturday, $1,000 dollars will also go to the 100 Club of Arizona Survivor's Fund.
The 100 Club says the donations streaming in from across Arizona and the country has been staggering.
And from pancakes to car washes, the folks at Lucky Gold Exchange hoped to do their part.
"I went to high school with a lot of people from there and it just touched my heart. I got in touch with a bunch of friends of mine and we decided we've taken a lot from the community and we're all trying to change our lives, so we decided to give something back," said Bradley Brown.
They say any little bit helps for those affected.
"Anything, $1, $.50, $100, whatever we can do to just help out these people," said Brown.
The 100 Club says they have already raised about $1.6 million for the families of the 19 firefighters lost.