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How to help the people affected by the Marshall Fire in Boulder County
If you have shelter to offer displaced residents, please sign up to be a vetted host at Airbnb.com and you will be alerted through the Airbnb Open Homes Program if needed and encouraging household items be donated to local thrift stores
The YMCA of Northern Colorado is also accepting donations (blankets, pillows, dog and cat food) at their location at 2800 Dagny Way in Lafayette. Please follow their updates for what supplies are needed
Metro Care Ambulance Services is also collecting items to help people impacted by the wildfire. They're looking for items like toiletries, clothing, gift cards for food and supplies, durable water bottles, dry and canned pet food, phone chargers, toys for children, diapers, wipes and masks. Donations can be dropped off at Metro Care Ambulance Services, which is located at 11111 E. Mississippi Ave. in Aurora.
lost or missing animal in Boulder County fire due to the Marshall Fire, you are asked to reach out to the Boulder County Fire Lost & Found Pets Facebook group.
For those with farm animals, such as horses, you asked to contact this Facebook group so they can help you with horse relocation.
Horse Evacuation Boulder Fort Collins Fire
For those who prefer a phone number, you can call the Boulder County Emergency Call Center at (303) 413-7730 for the latest updates on evacuations, road closures, etc. Officials ask that you do not call 911 and that you instead use the call center number to get the latest information on the Marshall Fire.