How to help – CBS Denver
BOULDER COUNTY, Colorado (CBS4) – There are a number of ways community members can begin to show support and safely provide assistance to those affected by the destructive grass fires in Boulder County.
Community Foundation Boulder County has established a relief fund to support community members who have been affected by grass fires.
Due to the surge in support for the Boulder County Wildfire Fund and those affected by the #MarshallFire and #MiddleForkFire, some people have difficulty accessing our site. If you would like to contribute, you can also donate directly to the fund at: https://t.co/0jcOZOfze0
– Community Foundation (@CommFound) December 31, 2021
More information at: https://t.co/e3r4qJ2q9T
– Jeffco Sheriff (@jeffcosheriffco) December 31, 2021
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The American Red Cross is also helping to raise relief funds. To donate to the firefighting efforts, call REDCROSS on 90999, call 1-800-HELP-NOW or go to Red Cross website.
The Boulder Office of Emergency Management is asking vacation rental owners who wish to provide shelter to displaced families from go online to be controlled via Airbnb.
Non-profit JEWISHcolorado has also created a relief fund to help those affected by fires.
Boulder Valley Human Society tweeted, “The best way to help right now is to donate to our Emergency Safety Net Fund. At this time, we do not need any animal care assistance, additional volunteers, supplies or additional foster homes.