List: Businesses hosting events for Marshall Fire victims

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David Marks, center, uses a borrowed pair of binoculars to see how his home in Superior, Colo., fared as smoke rises in the distance on Friday, Dec. 31, 2021. A wind-whipped wildfire tore through the area Thursday, and authorities fear more than 500 homes were destroyed. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)

BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — Several organizations and businesses are holding fundraisers and hosting events to help those affected by the Marshall Fire in Boulder County.

The Tivoli Brewing Company is donating 100% of proceeds from the Tivoli Taphouse in Denver to relief efforts. First responders receive a free meal and a beer.

Noodles & Company: All 58 Colorado restaurants will participate in a fundraiser Jan. 11 from 4 p.m. to close to support the needs of the Marshall Fire-affected community by donating 50% of profits to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund.

Colorado-based Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar: On Jan. 10, Bad Daddy’s is donating 50% of all dine-in and takeout sales to Boulder County Community Foundation’s Boulder County Wildfire Fund.

SPB Hospitality is hosting a fundraiser for the Community Foundation of Boulder County Wildfire Fund to assist in the Marshall Fire relief efforts. From open to close on Jan. 10, all of Gordon Biersch, Old Chicago, Redlands Grill, ChopHouse & Brewery and Rock Bottom’s Colorado locations will donate 15% of food sales.

If you know of a location accepting donations or hosting fundraising events, please submit them to the site.

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