Boulder County Fires: How You Can Help

We are deeply saddened for our local community following the devastation of the Marshall Fire in Boulder County. On December 30th, 2021 multiple fires broke out across the county, affecting the cities of Louisville and Superior. At this time 35,000 have been evacuated and it is clear multiple homes and businesses will be impacted.

Please consider making a donation to one of these local and national organizations who are making a difference for our friends and neighbors. If you are in need of lodging, The Rally is offering a reduced rate for Boulder County Fire evacuees.

Boulder County Wildfire Fund

Community Foundation Boulder County has set up a Wildfire Fund for people wanting to help out with cash donations. Community Foundation Boulder County, in partnership with Government and nonprofit organizations will work to support the needs of the community as they emerge. Donate to the Wildfire Fund to support this effort.

Salvation Army

Starting Friday, the Salvation Army is providing 1,000 meals three times a day to evacuees and first responders. Meals will be transported to the Lafayette YMCA.  Support the Salvation Army's Colorado fire relief efforts with your donation.

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross of Colorado has opened an evacuation center at the YMCA of Northern Colorado to support evacuees. Donate to the Red Cross to support this effort.