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Ways to help after the fire

Hi all,  I put this in a comment on my earlier post, but I figured I should make a new post with the information. Giselle is our representative with Sister Carmen Community Center, and they are helping people impacted by the fires. They can use a number of donated items:  hats mittens scarves blankets sleeping bags gift cards, especially to restaurants or Walmart Sister Carmen also welcomes monetary donations, which will pay for hotel rooms for people who need a place to stay. You can find out more at their website. HERE Please no food or bottled water at this time, but check their website for updates, as what is needed will change over time. You can drop off donations directly to Sister Carmen Community Center or contact Giselle at and make arrangements to drop them off at her house in Lafayette.  Please feel free to comment below with other ways to help. If YOU need help or someone to talk with, please don't hesitate to reach out to this group, or me pers

Fires in Boulder County

My heart is breaking as I see the devastation from the fires in Boulder County. Thinking of our friends in Louisville and beyond. Please reach out to me personally ( if there's any way I can help, even if you just need someone to talk to. If anyone knows of volunteer opportunities, please feel free to share them here in the comments.  Friends who are displaced, who may have lost your homes, know that your community is here to support you and get you through this.