At the end of December, multiple fires broke out across Boulder County. The impact has been devastating and will require both short- and long-term recovery efforts. Below are resources for victims, ways to help, where to donate and more.

DONATIONS AND WAYS TO HELP:

GENERAL RESOURCES:

SHELTER RECOURSES:

The City of Louisville’s website hosts a plethora of information on the fires, including news updates, along with information on free meal assistanceaccess to water, and shelter locations.

If you need shelter, these are the approved evacuation sites you can go to:

If you are contagious with COVID-19 and need shelter, go to the COVID Recovery Center at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church (3485 Stanford Ct, Boulder, CO, 80305).

PET RESOURCES:

The Humane Society of Boulder Valley 

 

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES:

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Boulder County Mental Health Help After a Fire

 

FUNDRAISING EVENTS AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:

Country Kick Up is hosting a fundraiser and 100% of all proceeds will go to the victims of the fires. The event is on February 18th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at 715 10th St., Greeley CO. $12 to take country dance lessons for all levels.

Boulder Running Company will host a run on January 22 to raise money for the Community Foundation Boulder County and Boulder Voices for Children. The running store’s locations are also collecting cases of bottled water for donation.

McCaslin Clothing + Home Goods Free Store needs volunteers to run the  Marshall Fire Free Shop for those impacted by the fire.