11-year-old Malibu girl's positive message about being evacuated is helping fire victims

An eleven-year-old girl who was evacuated from Malibu with her family because of the Woolsey Fire is going viral after a video she posted in support of fellow evacuees is taking off online with a powerful and positive message.

And now she's speaking to FOX 11.

"My name is Isabella, I'm 11-years-old, and I'm one of the fire victims. I'm doing this video for the kids who might be nervous and scared like me."

When 11-year-old Isabella Soderqvist and her family had to evacuate Malibu as the Woolsey Fire approached last week they thought they might lose everything, but for Isabella her everything was already right there with her.

'I realized when I was packing that material stuff doesn't really matter to me and all I was thinking about was my family and my dogs.'

She filmed this video at the Mariott near LAX where she and her family are staying as they wait to return home.

This story is trying to help all the people who might be nervous and scared, and also, that material stuff doesn't matter as long as you have love and family.

And as you can imagine her mom is proud of her little girl.

And for any evacuees who are still waiting to go home like she is.

Isabella says, 'Remember what's truly important.'

'It'll be okay, no matter what, you've got your family and everything like that, and to be safe and always stay happy.'

Isabella's family's home is safe, but a lot of their friend's lost homes in the devastating Woolsey Fire.