Updated information on wildfire relief funds in Grand, Boulder and Larimer Counties

Monday, October 26, 2020

The Grand Foundation has established the Grand County Wildfire Emergency Fund to support the needs of Grand County residents who have been evacuated, displaced, or have lost their homes during the Grand County wildfires. 100% of donations will be distributed locally to those in need. Find information here: Grand County Wildfire Emergency Fund: Finding Hope Amidst Adversity The East Troublesome Fire has devastated parts around Grand Lake and has threatened Granby, CO, Hot Sulphur Springs, and surrounding areas. The fire started on Wednesday, October 14th, and grew six times its size in 24 hours, eventually threatening to merge with the Cameron Peak Fire that has been burning for the past two months.

The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado has posted a link on its website to local organizations working on relief from the Cameron Peak Fire. 

Community Foundation Boulder County established the 2020 Fires Relief Fund, in partnership with Boulder County, to support individuals, families, and nonprofit organizations affected by the Cal-wood and Lefthand Canyon Fires. Learn more. The natural forest setting around Cal-wood, the environmental education nonprofit that hosts students and families throughout the year, has been badly damaged by the largest wildfire in the county's history. Read more here for updates. 

We will post updates as we learn more. 


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