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Marshall Fire Benefit Concert – Monday, Feb 28, 2022 – 7:00 PM MST

February 28th, 2022

Chuck Morris & AEG Presents: Marshall Fire Benefit Concert hosted by Etown’s Nick Forster. Buy a ticket to support those who are impacted by the devastating wildfires in Colorado, All proceeds (including service fees) will go directly to The Marshall Fire Benefit. The pre-recorded concert will feature more than 15 Colorado-based artists and popular national musical acts performing. You will also be able to view the stream on-demand for 24hrs after the broadcast. Sponsored by Amazon and the MDC Richmond American Foundation. MORE ARTISTS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON!! Marshall Benefit Concert Information     Read More

Seeking Donations and Volunteers for Marshall Fire Furniture Initiative

February 18th, 2022

We are a team of 3 that have been creating a VIRTUAL donation database for NEW and GENTLY USED large furniture pieces for the families affected by the Marshall Fire. This database will be shared with people affected by the Marshall fire when they find a new home.  If you are able to VIRTUALLY DONATE (Send details but hold onto furniture until it has a home) please send the below details to marshallfurnituredonations@gmail.com. List of donor furniture Town/city furniture is located in If you are able to deliver Phone # PHOTOS OF ALL PIECES (this is particularly important as it is how the families... Read More

Photos from Pet Loss Grief Group Event at Luvin Arms

January 26th, 2022

Luvin Arms held a special pet loss grief group on Sunday for those who lost their companion animals during the Marshall Fire. I would like to share some photos of that day, which included Connect and Cuddle healing time with our beloved animal residents. Included here are grief counselor, Richard Mercer, and co-facilitator, Jeremy Moore (standing). Also pictured here (with our Lily the pig) is Chris Clearday, a community member who spontaneously showed up to the grief group event with the sole desire of gifting both humans and animals alike who have been impacted by the fire with Reiki healing.... Read More

Erie Sanctuary Offers Additional Grief Resources for Community Impacted by Marshall Fire

January 23rd, 2022

Jan. 21, 2022 – Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary is offering some special grief resources for all community members who were impacted by the recent catastrophic fire. For the next six Saturdays (Jan. 22-Feb. 26, 12-3PM MST), Luvin Arms will open its doors to all for Connect and Cuddle Time with their animal residents. Cuddling with the Luvin Arms’ residents can alleviate stress, and provides a sense of comfort, hope, and peace during difficult times. In addition, Superior-based grief counselor Richard Mercer will facilitate pet loss grief support groups in January and February for those who lost... Read More

Marshall Fire Needs List for those Impacted & NEW Channels

January 16th, 2022

BROOMFIELD, Colo. (KDVR) — A donation and resource center that opened Wednesday needs certain items for those impacted by the Marshall Fire in Boulder County. That center, located at Flatiron Crossing in Broomfield, is actively accepting and distributing donations. You can drop off donations between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the old Nordstrom store. Those in need can pick up donations between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. every day. Wednesday, FOX31 was given a tour of the center as clothes, food, and toiletries were dropped off by community members. People previously impacted by fires say it’s important... Read More

How to Help those Impacted by The Marshall fire & Other Resources

January 13th, 2022

How to help: Donate money:  Colorado Gives / Community Foundation Volunteer: Colorado Responds Provide housing Airbnb Open Homes BC United Community organizing Donate stuff Sister Carmen (655 Aspen Ridge Dr) Currently accepting: Food (no-prep, easy-to-eat items only) Sleeping bags in good condition $100 gift cards to Walmart, Target, Costco, local restaurants Money (sistercarmen.org) Child care, home goods, clothing and kids stuff can be offered via this community organizing spreadsheet, run by private citizens. Officials also encourage donations to local nonprofit thrift stores. Jones +... Read More