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Helping those impacted by historic Colorado wildfires

Cameron Peak Fire image
Courtesy of Cameron Peak Fire
Cameron Peak Fire; Photo: Sept. 4

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) - There are now several ways you can help those who have been impacted by a very active wildfire season in Colorado. In fact, the three largest fires in state history all occurred this year.

The 2020 Fires Relief Fund was set up through the Community Foundation of Boulder County. You can click here to donate. Grants from the fund will be made to nonprofit groups as well as city and county entities to support immediate and long-term recovery needs.

The Grand County Wildfire Emergency Fund will help residents who have been evacuated, displaced or lost their homes in this year's wildfires. You can click here to donate.

Donations are also being accepted to purchase meals for evacuees and first responders. Click here to donate.

The Cameron Peak Fire Response Fund consists of private donations for those affected by that fire. Click here to donate.

The American Red Cross of Northern Colorado is asking for donations to help shelter residents of Larimer County. Click here to donate. Because of COVID-19, financial donations or volunteering are the best ways to get help to those who need it.

The Salvation Army is also providing meals for displaced residents. Click here to donate to their relief fund.

Local News / Wildfires Staff

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