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Marshall Fire: How To Help

Marshall Fire: How To Help

by Jason Cralley on January 02, 2022

The Marshall Fire will go down as the most destructive fire in Colorado’s history and has left thousands of our neighbors in Boulder County shattered. Entire communities have been evacuated and some estimates state as many as a thousand homes lost leaving tens of thousands without shelter, clothes, and food. Brothers and sisters, we have a unique opportunity to show Christ’s love to a community that is heartbroken. If the Spirit is leading you to donate, volunteer, or host displaced residents please see the information provided below.

Cash Donations

The Red Cross of Colorado and the Boulder County Wildfire Fund: ColoradoGives.org/COfires

The Salvation Army 

Colorado Police Officers Foundation for police officers who have lost homes please visit PayPal

Item donations

YMCA of Northern Colorado (Needs bottled water, no more supply/food donations) @Location: 2800 Dagny Way in Lafayette

Volunteers

If you are able to physically assist in the efforts at the fire location please contact Colorado Responds

Host Displaced Residents

If you have the resources to host a family in need please sign up at the Airbnb Open Homes Program

Please list any other links that may be useful in assisting those who have been affected by the Marshall Fire in the comments below.

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