We are all one community. Let’s come together. Accepting donations made out to the Red Cross at our final 2 performances of “Plaid Tidings” on January 1-2, 2022.
It has been a particularly difficult end of 2021 for our community. We will continue to work closely with our government and nonprofit partners to support the needs of the community as they emerge. We want to thank everyone for your support and generosity in this difficult moment for Boulder County.
Boulder County Wildfire Fund page – https://www.coloradogives.org/bouldercountywildfirefund
Sister Carmen Community Center is providing services for those affected by the East Boulder County fires –
The Boulder Jewish Community Center Boulder JCC is providing water, coffee and snacks, charging stations, play areas for children, showers, desks, wifi, and community. https://www.facebook.com/boulderjcc
YMCA of Northern Colorado has also opened as a Red Cross Shelter with water, supplies, toiletries, towels, food at the YMCA at 2800 Dagny Way in Lafayette – https://www.facebook.com/ymcaofnortherncolorado
If you need assistance with pets, horses, and livestock connect on Facebook with: Boulder County Fire Lost & Found Pets or Horse Evacuation Boulder Fort Collins Fire.
Colorado Pet Pantry will be distributing pet food and supplies to those affected by the fires –
If you need mental health support, please reach out to:
JFS Boulder County Crisis Fund – https://www.jewishfamilyservice.org/bcc
Colorado Crisis Services – coloradocrisisservices.org
Mental Health Partners – mhpcolorado.org/mental-health/ or 303-443-8500
You can also reach out to the American Red Cross for direct assistance – https://www.redcross.org/local/colorado.html
To volunteer – https://coloradoresponds.communityos.org/
To host displaced people – https://www.airbnb.com/for-airbnb-org/how-to-host