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How to help those affected by the Cold Springs Fire

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BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. — As the Cold Springs Fire continues to burn near Nederland, there are ways to help people in the community affected by the wildfire.

Donating money

Cold Springs Fire Relief Fund: ColdSpringsFireFund.org

This fund through Foothills United Way in collaboration with Boulder County is taking financial donations only. The money will be distributed through the Boulder County Department of Housing and Human Services by case managers working people in the area affected by the fire.

Red Cross: RedCross.org

The Red Cross has four chapters in Colorado. Disaster Relief donations can be made online.

Volunteering

Help Colorado Now: HelpColoradoNow.org

Sign up to get emails on volunteering options as they become available from various organizations.

Red Cross: RedCross.org

Apply to be a volunteer through the Red Cross. Volunteers will be called up as needed.

Donating items/goods

At this time, no donations of food, water, household items or other goods are being accepted.

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