Prayers are fine, but the Colorado Wildfire victims need more than that – Donate

Here, donate:

• El Paso County Sheriff’s office: Large animal shelter at Norris-Penrose Equestrian Center needs volunteers:            719-520-7773      .

• The Red Cross in Colorado Springs is at            719-632-3563      .Those wanting to donate money to the Red Cross can go here.

• Help Colorado Now, a partnership of Colorado Division of Emergency Management (CDEM) and Colorado Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (COVAD), has alist of donations needed and Fort Collins location for drop-off.

• TheSalvation Army can take monetary donations; specify ‘Northern Colorado Chapter – High Park Fire’ or ‘Northern Colorado Chapter – Waldo Fire:’            303-866-9216      , The Salvation Army, 1370 Pennsylvania Ave., Denver, CO 80132.

Donate online to Larimer Humane Societyor mail checks to 5137 S. College Ave., Fort Collins, CO 80525. Society currently coordinating rescue of all animals in High Park Fire area, providing water to animals that have not been evacuated, reuniting owners and pets and sheltering evacuated animals:            970-226-3647      , ext. 7.

• Text HIGHPARK to 80108 to donate $10 for fire relief in northern Colorado through The mGive

Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire DepartmentDonations can be mailed to: RCVFD-Treasurer, PO Box 2, Bellvue, CO 80521.

Read more:How to assist Colorado wildfire victims, how to donate and help – The Denver Post
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