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Many people were affected by this tragic fire in Superior and Louisville. Our hearts go out to those who have lost their homes or otherwise been affected by this tragedy. Here are a few links to support our community and friends.

Item Donations:

  • Broomfield FISH supports the Broomfield Community.
  • Precious Child is inviting victims of the fire to drop in and shop (free of charge) at their resource center. They will be serving families and individuals with or without children. You can bring items to Precious Child or order from the Amazon Wish List (click HERE) and deliver directly to Precious Child. Please use 7051 W 118th Ave, Broomfield, CO 80020 as the shipping address. Needed items: new hygiene items, new packs of underwear and socks, and gently used blankets, towels, shoes and coats.

Monetary Donations:

  • Thrivent is accepting donations through SERVE 6.8, one of the main conduit organizations working to get funding and resources to relief agencies in the Boulder area. Supporting SERVE 6.8 will help to provide materials, supplies and immediate relief to families including housing, food, and gas. For every $2 donated, Thrivent will boost it by $1* (*up to $40,000 matching). Donate HERE.
  • Boulder County Community Wildfire Fund is accepting donations. This was activated by the Community Foundation of Boulder County. Find their website HERE.
  • American Red Cross is accepting donations. Text “RedCross” to 90999 and it will benefit local chapters responding to the fires.
  • Denver 7 Gives is accepting donations. Head over to this website HERE and select “December Wildfires” in the dropdown menu. 100% of the proceeds will go towards the families affected by the wildfire. Select December Wildfires” in the drop-down menu. One-hundred percent of the proceeds will go toward the families affected by the wildfire.
  • JEWISHcolorado launched a relief fund for relief efforts for those impacted by the fires. Find it HERE.
  • Donate to organizations in Boulder County that are always assisting those in need:

 

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