An article published this morning speaks to the intensity of northern Colorado’s High Park Fire: “more than 600 firefighters and nearly 30 aircraft are continuing to fight a northern Colorado wildfire blamed for one death and damage to more than 100 structures.” JVA Consulting extends its deepest sympathy to everyone impacted by the fire, including our coworkers, clients and partners who live in the area. If you have been affected by the fire or would like to help those who live in the area, we have compiled a list of resources for you below. If you have resources to add, please feel free to share them in the comments section below.
- The Larimer Humane Society is taking cash donations to support animals and families affected by the High Park Fire. Because the Larimer Humane Society and other animal shelters are at capacity, many local vets across communities in neighboring Fort Collins have taken in animals for free and have started accepting donations for food and care as well.
- Led by JVA’s friend, Erin Mounsey, the Red Cross Centennial Chapter has been providing many services, among them bringing families together.
- Through ACS Community LIFT, you can designate funds to relief efforts by putting the words “High Park Fire” in the comment box of its donation form.
- The Food Bank for Larimer County will be collecting food donations at the King Soopers on JFK Parkway in Fort Collins and 29th Street in Loveland through 9Cares Colorado Shares, while volunteers from the Coloradoan will be collecting donations for the Red Cross and Professional Fire Fighters Foundation.