On December 30th, 2021 multiple fires broke out across Boulder County. At this time 35,000 have been evacuated and it is clear multiple homes and businesses will be impacted.


Community Foundation of Boulder County

Collecting monetary donations for those impacted. 

 Red Cross

The American Red Cross of Colorado is on the ground in providing comfort and support to individuals and families impacted by the Marshall Fire — the state’s most destructive wildfire in history — which forced the evacuation of more than 35,000 people and destroyed nearly 1,000 homes.

The Red Cross is continuing to offer services to those affected by the Marshall fire. Disaster Volunteers are supporting in person at the Boulder County Disaster Assistance at The Boulder County Southeast County Hub at 1755 South Public Road, Lafayette, CO from 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. seven days a week.

Boulder County and a network of community partners are also at the Disaster Assistance Center to provide services. For More Information on the Disaster Assistance Center and other Boulder County Resources, 

click here.


Red Cross Services Offered:

To support these efforts please text REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10 to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.


Salvation Army

In response to the fires, The Salvation Army initially provided feeding support of nearly 4,000 meals to people that received overnight shelter assistance and to the first responders. Now, The Salvation Army is stationed at the Disaster Assistance Center (DAC) in Lafayette, CO providing daily meals, snacks, drinks and emotional support to people affected by the Marshall Fire. The DAC is anticipated to be operational for the next 3-4 weeks. We are active in supporting the long recovery process and working closely with Boulder county on their needs and services. This will be an extensive process and we anticipate volunteer/in-kind donation needs to evolve throughout the coming weeks or months. Right now, the best way to help is through monetary donations by visiting our website or texting the number below.

To support the Marshall Fire relief efforts
Text FIRERELIEF to 51555.


A Precious Child - https://apreciouschild.org/


Will be accepting donations starting Monday, January 3rd.

Donations Accepted:

Monday-Friday 9 AM-5 PM at our facility in Broomfield. 


Opening our Resource Center to families and individuals who have been impacted by the fires for clothing and basic essential items. Fire victims may drop in to shop, free of charge, during our open hours of Monday-Friday 9 AM-5 PM.


Community Food Share - https://communityfoodshare.org/

A food bank serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties

Located at 650 S. Taylor Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027 

Get Help

Ongoing Food Distributions

Provide Help

Donations of funds or food

Items needed:


Check back frequently as openings and new needs arise in the days and weeks ahead.


Jewish Family Services Boulder

Jewish Family Service of Colorado is partnering with the JEWISHcolorado Boulder Fire Relief Fund to provide emergency financial assistance to those who are financially impacted by the wildfires.

How to Help


January 5050 Raffle

The 5050 raffle is back and is a single, continuous raffle that will take place in the month of January. At the end of the month, one winner will walk away with half of the jackpot, while the other half of the proceeds will support relief efforts for Boulder County Fire victims. The 5050 raffle is conducted by the Colorado Amateur Hockey Association in partnership with Kroenke Sports Charities, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and Colorado Mammoth. To purchase your January 5050 raffle ticket today click here: https://5050colorado.sportngin.com/


Additional Resource Websites