DONATIONS

WANT TO DONATE OR ARE YOU IN NEED?

There has been an outpouring of donations since the fires. Additionally, as someone affected by the fires, it can be hard to accept help. Please know that no matter what your situation, if you've been affected by these fires, people want to help.

DONATING MONEY

Donating money is a great way to help out. Please be careful who you give money to, however, as disasters such as this are ripe for scams. The following are known oranizations that are safe to donate to:

RECEIVING MONEY

If you are in need of financial assistance see the Financial Aid page for more information.

RECEIVING FOOD:

Free groceries at Community Food Share

DONATING OR RECEIVING PHYSICAL ITEMS

Because of the outpouring of donations, many donation centers are no longer taking donations. If you find this is the case, we recommend you hold onto your donations for a few weeks and then check back. Some people affected by the fires might not be ready to receive donations for some time. If you are someone who is in need of physical items (clothing, backpacks, toiletries, outdoor gear) please visit one of these places.

  • Sister Carmen: 655 Aspen Ridge Drive, Lafayette, CO 80026

  • Community Organized Donation Centers:

    • Marshall Fire Free Store: 375 McCaslin Blvd, Louisville (Next to Chipotle)

    • Elks Lodge: 525 Main St, Louisville

    • 521 Lois Dr, Louisville

    • The Buff Restaurant (Toys): 2600 Canyon Blvd, Boulder, CO 80302

    • Neptune Mountaineering: 633 S Broadway, Boulder, CO 80305

    • Blackbelly Restaurant: 1606 Conestoga St #3, Boulder, CO 80301

PET NEEDS:

Help with pets at Boulder Valley Humane Society