Your donations can help those affected by the Marshall Fire
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DENVER (KDVR) – Throughout Wednesday, FOX31 and Channel 2 are joining forces with local organizations, including the American Red Cross, and members of the community to help families displaced by the most devastating wildfire in Colorado history: the Marshall Fire.
Under the slogan “Boulder County Wildfire: Crisis Relief,” the two stations focus on outreach throughout the day to the community to raise funds to help the nearly 1,000 families whose homes have been destroyed by fire. Watch to learn about the donation effort, watch interviews with volunteers, profiles of displaced families, and special live segments with business partners who come forward to help neighbors in need.
How to get help if you are affected by fire:
➡️ Find the available resources
“This is the day people help out their fellow Coloradins,” said FOX31 and Channel Two Vice President and General Manager, Byron Grande. “For all of us, this has been a heartbreaking event. Through this determined effort, we can make a difference and help all those truly in need.”
Donate goods or services
If you have donations of goods, services, or money, the Boulder Office of Emergency Management asks you to fill out this form with what is available for display.
Follow YMCA of Northern Colorado For updates on supplies needed at the shelter for evacuated animals. Needs may include blankets, pillows, and dog and cat food.
Food, drink, and hygiene products can be donated to the North Denver Food Store at 6900 W. 1117th Ave. Financial contributions can be made at northdenvercares.org.
Boulder OEM requires anyone able to provide shelter to displaced persons to register to be a screened host on Airbnb.com. Airbnb Open Homes will alert you if your shelter is needed.