Marshall Fire Resources
Get help and extend help in this time of need.
Are you in need of food or basic supplies?
Visit the Wellspring Food Bank
Located on the north end of the Vinelife Church campus, we’re open on Tuesdays from 9 a.m. – 11 p.m. and Thursdays from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Have Groceries Delivered To Your Home
Please provide your info and we’ll arrange to drop-off groceries to your house or apartment within the next 7 days.
Boulder County – Latest updates and resources from Boulder County.
Sister Carmen in Lafayette has experience with food, clothing and housing assistance. They have opened their store front through next week.
Boulder Pregnancy Resource Center has diapers, wipes, clothing and baby items available for those in need (newborn up to 2T). They also have housing resources for single moms impacted by the fires and referrals.
Jewish Family Services offers free mental health counseling to those affected by wildfires
MINES & Associates – Articles and resources to help with trauma, PTSD, and mental health.
Ways to Help
Below are several ways you can help others in this time of need.
Deliver Food to Those in Need
We need drivers who are able to deliver food to those in need through our community.
Have a Resource to Offer?
Fill out this form if you have a unique contribution to families who have been affected.
Volunteer with Samaritan's Purse
Help families sift through the ashes and remains of their homes.
Support the Atkinson Family
Help a loved missionary family rebuild after everything was lost in the fire.
View Fundraisers for All Families
A master list for active fundraisers for families affected by the fire.
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