As you probably already know, Colorado is on fire. There are 3 Major fires right now. The shelters and rescues are overwhelmed and need money & supplies. This is the information we have compiled so far for all area affected. Please give what you can and if you cannot give then please share, the animals are counting on you:
FORT COLLINS FIRE
The High Park Fire in Fort Collins - has burned 257 homes and 87K acres.
Larimer Humane Society
Donate online at https://www.larimerhumane.org/donate/online-donation
or 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.
Urgent Need: kitty litter
VCA Animal Hospital in both Fort Collins and Loveland are offering free boarding if pets of evacuees need a place for their furry friends to stay. They will also update evacuees' pets' vaccinations for free if need be. The Loveland location is open 24 hours a day (970) 278-0668. Call the Fort Collins location to find out their hours at (970) 204-4567
Urgent Need Towels and blankets
The Moore Animal Hospital is also offering free boarding to evacuees.
2550 Stover Street
Fort Collins, CO 80525
Urgent Need: towels and blankets
Wolf, a wolf sanctuary near Fort Collins has had to be evacuated, and they desperately need monetary donations, please donate at:
Flagstaff Fire in Boulder, CO
Just started yesterday, relatively small but could grow.
Humane Society of Boulder Valley
Cash Donations Needed: "Our greatest support needed at the shelter is for cash donations to support our operating expenses while we’re providing free services to our community members affected by this disaster."
Call them at (303) 442-4030
You may donate online at:
or send your donation by mail or in person to:
2323 55th Street, Boulder, CO 80301.
Urgent Need: kitty litter, blankets & towels
COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE
Humane Society Pikes Peak Region
Here is their latest status:
"We are so very appreciative of all the donated items we have received for the animals in our care. The outpouring of support from our community is phenomenal. At this time, we do not need any additional items, should our in-kind needs change we will let you know! Our greatest need is monetary donations to support our operations. (719) 473-1741, ext. 8723
Donate online at https://www.hsppr.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=1015
Or by mail to:
Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region
610 Abbott Lane, Colorado Springs CO 80905
A Cut Above Pet Grooming 719.630.7387
They need Volunteers, who can stay overnight if need be.
Urgent Need: kennels, smaller litter boxes, blankets, Cat food (dry and wet) , Monetary donations
All Breed Rescue & Training
20 Mountview Lane, Suite B & C, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
They are taking in evacuee animals, anything that doesn
9;t go in a stall.
Urgent Need: Dog/Cat food, blankets, gas cards or grocery cards
Other facilities that are ready to take in animals include:
These are other facilities ready to take in animals
*Sunrise Kennels 719.661.7036
*Canine Design Salon 719.227.7220
*Cheyenne Mountain Animal Hospital 7193433.3840
*Lucky Dog 719.527.9663
*Bear Creek Vet 719-685-1177
*Dublin Animal Hospital 719-338-8935
*CATS Lucky Dog Boarding 719.527.9663
*Central Bark Dog Daycare 719.592.9300
*Canine Campus 719.448.9600
*A Paw Above Boarding Service 719.386.7291
*Northwest Animal Hospital 719.593.8582
*Camp Bow Wow 719.260.9247
*Sunrise Kennels 719.598.8348
*Aspen Meadows Pet Resort 719.282.6000
*Picasso's Pet Grooming- Security 719.392.4092
*Rocky Mountain Health Care Services (Can House
*People & Pets) 719.641.2747 & 719.201.0247
*Powers ER Animal 719.473.0482
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**Note: This information changes rapidly. I am trying to keep the list as up-to-date as possible, but there is TONS of information to keep track of. If you find a place you'd like to donate to, items to donate, volunteering opportunities you like or shelters to go to…..PLEASE call or visit the website FIRST to make sure they are still in need, or have room. I have tried to list addresses, as well as phone #'s and websites where available. THANK YOU! **
DONATIONS (ITEMS NEEDED & DROP OFF LOCATIONS)
**** BEWARE OF SCAMS: People are getting calls from this number 505-750-0928 asking for donations for fire victims. They are claiming they are a legit organization. Also, the the caller id number 720-663-7994 is a scam… if you get a call to give a "modest" donation to the fire efforts – don't do it!!!! ****
Drop items off at any Walgrees, any Red Cross, & Care & Share drop of locations (listed below).
Care and Share at 2605 Preamble Point in Colorado Springs is taking food and non-perishables, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. 100 Greenhorn Dr.Accepting and transporting all donations to Colorado Springs.
Firefighters are asking for baby powder, cots & brand new knee-high socks.
Peanut butter & jelly, canned meat, energy bars and pasta, spaghetti sauce, baby powder, Eye drops-NOT Visine, Lubricating drops ie. Artificial Tears, Baby Powder, chapstick, water, Gatorade, non-perishable food items, canned food
beef jerky, NEW towels and washcloths, t-shirts all sizes, toiletries, sleeping bags, masks (including sleep masks), disposable ear plugs, individual & bulk sized saline bottles for eyes, nose, etc., Tubes of nasal gel, cloth napkins 4 handkerchiefs, pocket sized paper pads, pencils & little sharpeners, cases & cases of coconut water, BIOTENE gum & mouth rinses, bags of 100% cotton long socks.
Please no ankle socks as they will be wearing them in their boots
Some incident command posts will take donations of unopened bottled water and Gatorade only. Do not bring food and other items.
Don't forget the volunteer firefighters who need donations to buy equipment, pay for gas, and some — to rebuild their fire stations after they were burned down. Some of the volunteer firefighting groups to consider for your donations:
Items to Donate:
New batteries, New underwear and socks, Furniture, Water jugs, Chain saws
Furniture Other Needed Items:
Basic home first aid supplies, Sunscreen, School supplies, Backpacks, Water bottles, Laundry baskets, Men's jeans, Coveralls and overalls, Work boots, Children and pant hangers, New and used sleeping bags, Clothing Racks, New sheets all sizes, New and used camping equipment, New pots and pans, Silverware, Paper cups and paper plates, Trash cans and trash bags, Outdoor tables and chairs, Outdoor storage, Gloves, Shovels, Tarps, Building supplies, Generators, Gift cards from area merchants, Personal hygiene items, Non-perishable foods – NOT HOME COOKED MEALS, Laundry and cleaning supplies, Mac & cheese, Soups, Stews, Ravioli, Cereal, 10# cans of fruits and veggies, NEW towels and washclothslotion, deodorant, shavers, shaving creme, toothpaste, diapers
Please NO used clothing
Safeway stores in Colorado Springs, Monument and Falcon are now collecting donations for fire relief. Customers have the option of rounding up their purchase price and donating the balance to the fire relief fund. Funds collected will go to American Red Cross and then dispersed to the Waldo Canyon Fire Relief.
Stapleton Fellowship Church at 8700 E. 21st Ave., is collecting supplies for the Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado to help folks in Colorado Springs suffering from the epic wildfire disaster. It's a convenient drop spot for people who live in Denver who want to donate material items like canned food, diapers, bottled water etc.
Cheyenne Mountain High School shelter was asking for ice, work gloves, welding gloves/high gloves to protect arms while taking care of animals, animal collars and leashes at the school at 1200 W. Cheyenne Rd. Volunteer veterinarians are also appreciated. Please call 719-444-7919 before you go to verify these items are still needed.
Rocky Mountain Healthcare Services http://www.rmhcare.org/ .If you would like to donate items, they are in current need for towels, shampoo, soap and food, sheets, blankets, towels, air mattresses, cots.
The American Red Cross is asking for donations to its Disaster Relief Fund. You can earmark those donations to a specific disaster. On those rare occasions when donations exceed Red Cross expenses for a specific disaster, contributions are used to prepare for and serve victims of other disasters. To donate call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767). To contribute online go to http://www.redcross.org/. You can text a $10.00 donation by texting REDCROSS to 90999.
The Salvation Army is providing food, food boxes, clothing and other support to victims and first responders. The Salvation Army Corps Community Center in Fort Collins is providing clothing and food boxes to evacuees in need. The Salvation Army’s Loveland Service Extension Unit is at the Disaster Recovery Center providing gift cards to evacuees to enable them to purchase basic essentials. Donations can be made online at http://www.imsalvationarmy.org/ or over the phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY (1-800-725-2769). We ask that checks be made payable to "The Salvation Army" and clearly marked "disaster relief" or labeled with the name of the disaster response you are supporting (e.g. "Colorado Wild Fire"). Checks should be mailed to The Salvation Army, 1370 Pennsylvania Street, Denver, CO 80203
Discover Goodwill Southern & Western Colorado – 3610 Dillon Dr. (Accepting Food Only)
The Goodwill of Southern and Western Colorado is offering assistance to evacuees. They are accepting material donations and offering vouchers to those affected. Items including clothing, household goods and furniture are being accepted at all attended donation sites in Colorado Springs. Those requiring vouchers must visit the following retail centers 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.: 1070 Kelly Johnson Blvd.; 2007 S. Circle Dr.; and 2655 Waynoka Place. Voucher amounts will be determined by family size and how significantly one has been displaced. For those donating, please designate intended items specifically to Waldo Canyon Fire efforts. For more information call 867-1117 or go to discovermygoodwill.org.
The Pikes Peak Humane Society asks that you consider monetary donations at hsppr.org. They are in need of animal kennels. They could also use bottled water for staff and volunteers.
The Larimer Humane Society has been carrying for evacuated animals in Northern Colorado. They need monetary donations (www.larimerhumane.org/donate/ ), dry dog and cat food, and soft and hard dog treats.
The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region has secured a secondary site to care for animals evacuated by the Waldo Canyon Fire at Freedom Financial Event Center, 3650 N. Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO. They are currently in need of dog and cat crates & kennels of all sizes, blankets (no sheets), and towels, NO SHEETS PLEASE!. Please deliver items directly to the Freedom Financial Event Center. www.hsppr.org/waldocanyon
The Norris Penrose Equestrian Center at 1045 Lower Gold Camp Rd in Colorado Springs and The Ranch in Loveland need bales of grass hay for the evacuated horses and livestock.
Care and Share at 2605 Preamble Point in Colorado Springs is taking food and non-perishables, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. 100 Greenhorn Dr. Accepting and transporting all donations to Colorado Springs. Items requested by Care and Share are: Canned and boxed meals,-Macaroni and Cheese, Soups, Beef Stew, Ravioli, Cereal, #10 cans of fruits and vegetables, Personal Care products-NEW towels and washcloths-lotion-deodorant-shavers-shaving crème-tooth paste-diapers.
They are in IMMEDIATE need of BRAND NEW SOCKS for firefighters. They also need peanut butter & jelly, canned meat, energy bars and pasta, spaghetti sauce, & baby powder. Please no ankle socks as they will be wearing them in their boots..
1400 Quitman St, Denver, CO, 9am-7pm
Cripple Creek High School The evacuation center has not received a supply truck yet. No food and supply truck again today. We need, lemonade, juice, paper products, food in general, and towels, washcloths, shampoo/conditioner, Chapstick, Lotion, Flashlights & AA batteries, Ice, First Aid Supplies, Blankets, Diapers, baby wipes, Paper Products, Hot meals for 160 people (Restaurant ONLY), To go containers (3 compartment), Napkin/Plastic Utensil/Salt & Pepper (to go) combo. The Cripple Creek center is cooking for the divide shelter.
FT Carson: Please take any donated items to the HUB building 1532 on the corner of Specker Avenue and Prussman Boulevard. Items needed: Water, Food, Personal Hygiene Items, First Aid Products, Blankets for the kennels, Large dog kennels, Pet food, Pet items, Bowls for pet food/water, Bottled water, Easy-open (pop-top) canned food, Canned and boxed meals, Nonperishable food items, New towels and washcloths, Ziploc bags (all sizes), Fans, Garbage bags, Sanitary wipes, Hand sanitizer, Diapers, Magazines and books. The Donation office is open 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.. For More information call 719-526-8747/8749.
Petersen AFB Commissary Taking donations FRI/SAT/SUN: Soap/Toiletries, Baby Powder, Non-perishables like Boxed dinners, canned fruits and veggies.
South Metro Denver Chamber
2154 E. Commons Ave, Suite 342, Centennial, CO 80122, 8am-5pm Monday- Friday
The Springs Rescue Mission is opening their warehouse for Waldo Fire Relief. Needed items include Gatorade, blankets, food, clothing and household items. Collection hours are 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday. Donated items will be dispersed to agencies directly engaged with those affected by the Waldo Canyon fire. For information call 719-632-1822 or go to mysrm.org.
Sloan's Lake Community Church
2796 Utica St (corner of 28th and Utica in Denver), Leave donations at East Entrance, from 9am-1pm.
Nourish Family Center
They can accept items between 10am-11:30 and 1pm-4pm tomorrow, Thursday June 28
Denver First Church of the Nazarene
3800 E Hampden Ave, Englewood CO 80113
Colorado Fire Relief: taking donations of toothpaste, toothbrushes, combs, shaving cream, disposable razors, soap, washcloths, gallon zip loc bags, baby powder, protein bars (non-melting), bottled water. We are a drop-off location for Salvation Army. This will go to benefit firefighters and victims displaced by the Waldo Fire in Co Spgs.
For the High Park Fire, a donations center has been set up at the former Mervyn's space in Foothills Mall, 215 E. Foothills Parkway, Fort Collins, 80525. Open daily from 9am to 7pm, it is accepting batteries, new underwear and socks, furniture, water jugs, chain saws and other items. See the full list: http://www.helpcoloradonow.org/
Pikes Peak Community college is ALSO taking donations for the evacuees!!!! Hours: 8-5 at any of the campus life offices! (Downtown Studio Campus has the box OUTSIDE of the office door).
LOCAL BUSINESS' ACCEPTING DONATIONS TO DELIVER TO A CENTER FOR YOU (including Care & Share which delivers supplies to Firefighters):
South Side Bargain Mart (Bargain Mart) We are taking donations that Jim Krug is delivering for Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado up to Divide and the Woodland Park Area! We have set up donation boxes at South Side Bargain Mart (Bargain Mart) for anyone who would like to donate snacks, drinks, water for the fire fighters and evaccuees, we are taking them and driving them up there!!!
Loaf n jugs are now accepting donations to help the firefighters via Ced Cross
Dunkin Donuts on W Colorado AVE has a drop off box for donations
Due to the high amount of traffic and volume at Care & Share, people can drop off Food Donations & Supplies at all 5 Louie's Pizza Locations. 2771 Briargate Blvd., 4815 Barnes Rd., 5996 Stetson Hills Blvd., 1146 E. Fillmore, 333 N. Tejon #C.
The $4 Book Store 2515 airport rd. If it is easier for you to drop them here I go there everyday to drop off already!
The Mac Corner is accepting Donations For Care and Share…we will give a 10% discount on sales and service to anyone who brings a donation to Care and Share. The Mac Corner is located at 4188 Center Park Drive, CS CO 80916. (719)884-2801. http://www.themaccorner.com/
Jazy-Frei Plumbing & Heating We are accepting donations at our south location at 4250 Hancock Expressway. We will be taking a truck up to Care and Share everyday to deliver the donated goods for as long as the situation dictates. 392-3280.
Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce - 302 N. Santa Fe Ave* We will be transporting all donations to Care & Share, Inc.
Chefsugars is Collecting donation items that we will drop off to Care and Share each night AND giving 10% of sales to Red Cross at the end of the week! http://www.facebook.com/Chefsugars
Johnsons' kennels If you want to purchase dog food to be delivered to the Johnsons' kennels to help with the evacuated animals in their care, got to Petflow.com and use the Coupon Code BSTNSHOW. You will get $10 off your order of $59 or more and can have it sent directly to the kennels. Addresses for shipping food are located here: http://www.sunrise-woodmenpetcare.com/contactus.html
Estes Park Soaring Eagles Donations for victims and firefighters of the Woodland Heights Fire and the High Park Fire. Items being accepted include: basic home first aid supplies, sunscreen, diapers (adult and baby), wipes, silverware, paper cups and plates, trash bags, gloves, shovels, new tarps, personal hygiene items, non-perishable foods, new tube socks, gel Inserts for boots, boot laces, new packaged underwear, animal/pet food, small notepads, pens, laundry detergent and cleaning supplies, N-95 masks. Can be dropped off until Sunday, July 1, 2012 at the following locations:
· Town Hall, 170 MacGregor Ave. (outside Administration, Room 150) 8a.m. – 5p.m., Monday-Friday.
· The Fairgrounds at Stanley Park, 1209 Manford Ave. (outside the Ticket Booth). Daily, 7a.m.-7 p.m.
A donation center is open to those been directly affected by the High Park Fire (please bring written referral from American Red Cross or identification with proof of address). The center is also open to those dropping off donations. OPENING DAY: Thursday, June 21st at 9:00am
Material donations for Waldo, Flagstaff, High Park and other wildfires
· Donate ONLY those things that are requested by officials and bring them to the official designated collection centers
· Donated rooms in homes can NOT be accepted.
· Items not needed may go to waste and get in the way of relief efforts
· Meal donations from restaurants (no home cooked meals please) are needed for some local personnel and volunteers supporting response efforts (please note that Federal Incident Command can NOT accept ANY food offers). If you are a restaurant and want to donate meals,click here (http://www.aidmatrixnetwork.org/FEMA/PublicPortal/ListOfNeeds.aspx?PortalID=6), and then wait to be contacted (never bring food to a site unless it is requested).
· Click here (http://www.aidmatrixnetwork.org/fema/States.aspx?ST=Colorado ) to list your donation and note in the 'Donor Comments' section the name of the fire you would like to give to. You will be contacted if your donation is needed.
To make a donation to the organization of your choice, please see below for a list of reputable agencies responding to wildfire disasters in Colorado.
Agencies Responding to Boulder Fire:
Agencies Responding to Waldo Fire:
Designate to Disaster Relief
Agencies Responding to High Park Fire:
American Red Cross 1-800 RED CROSS, 444 Sherman St., Denver, CO 80203(designate to the Northern Colorado Chapter-High Park Fire) http://www.coloradoredcross.org/
Designate to Disaster Relief
Adventist Community Services LIFTwww.acslift.org Note in comments that donation is for High Park Fire
The Pikes Peak Community Foundation has established a fund to support Waldo Canyon Firefighters. The fund will provide financial resources and support needs that may arise. Donations are being accepted online at http://www.ppcf.org/
Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Department Donations can be mailed to: RCVFD-TreasurerPO Box 2
Glacier View Volunteer Fire Department Please send financial donations in the form of a check to: 1414 Green Mountain, Livermore CO 80536
Poudre Canyon Volunteer Fire Department Mail donations to:
Poudre Canyon Volunteer Fire Department
PO Box 364 LaPorte, CO 80535-0364
The local Canyon Utilities is helping by taking credit card donations over the phone, please dial (970) 881-2262.
The mGive Foundation: Text HIGHPARK to 80108 to donate $10 for fire relief in northern Colorado through mgivefoundation.org
Penrose Equestrian Center If you're experienced working with large animals, call 719-520-7773.
Volunteering for Waldo, FLAGSTAFF, High Park and other wildfires
· DO NOT GO TO THE SCENE OF A DISASTER
· The arrival of unexpected volunteers will interfere with response efforts
· STAY SAFE by volunteering with a reputable agency!
· Volunteers will be needed most during the recovery phase. Please be patient and WAIT until relief agencies can train you and use your help
· Please Click here (http://www.aidmatrixnetwork.org/fema/States.aspx?ST=Colorado) to sign up to volunteer and list in the 'Comments' section the name of the fire you would like to give your time to. If a volunteer need is identified, you will be contacted by the agency that can utilize your skills.
· R.J. Montgomery, New Hope Center – (719) 578-919
· Boulder County emergency alerts can be ordered online:everbridge.net
· ACS Community Lift (Adventist Community Services Disaster Response) http://www.acslift.org/index.html
· UCCS Students have been offered campus housing, contact: Ralph Giese 255-4327 email@example.com
· Pikes Peak Respite Services (719) 659-6344 (Always Open) is offering support/lodging for those in need. Staff may be available to help those who have children with special needs.
· El Paso and Teller County emergency notifications Sign up at ElPasoTeller911.org
· Pikes Peak United Way Call 211 or their direct line, 719-955-0742.
· United Way Emergency Evacuation Registration To have your name added to the Emergency Evacuation Registry call 719-955-0742, Monday through Friday from 8a.m. to 5p.m.
· Joint Information Center Call for information about the Waldo Canyon Fire. (719) 520-7058 (720) 402-7935 (720) 237-9947 (720) 237-3417
· The Independence Center can help connect you with resources if you are disabled. Call the center at 719-471-8181 or firstname.lastname@example.org
People who have been forced to evacuate can find out where Red Cross shelters are open by going to http://www.redcross.org/ or accessing the free Red Cross phone app. Both are refreshed with updated information every 30 minutes.
http://waldofire.com/ - This site is a place of connection between evacuees of the Waldo Canyon Fire and people willing to provide housing and other assistance to the evacuees.
Craig's List there are columns of people offering to host animals, livestock, pets, reptiles, birds, horses, dogs cats, even bees – use at your own RISK.
SHELTERS for People AND Animals:
All Pets Animal Hospital Evacuees in Boulder can take small animals to: 5290 Manhattan Circle, 303-499-5335
Rocky Mountain Health Care Services is able to house families displaced by evacuations and we are able to house all sorts of animals…. your animals get to stay with you 24-7… TONS of dog, cat, bird, and rodent food was donated to us as well… LOTS of volunteers to help out with anything… breakfast, lunch and dinner provided everyday and showers on site… 310 S. 14th Street, Colorado Springs, CO.
CSU Pueblo is providing emergency housing assistance for our employees and Colorado Springs residents beginning tomorrow, June 28th at 7 a.m. until Thursday, July 5th at 4 p.m. There will be approximately 200 beds available in the Greenhorn Residence Hall. Employees needing assistance should call 719-250-0646 in order to reach the “CSU Pueblo Emergency Shelter Hotline.” As well, you may contact the Colorado State Employee Assistance Program for counseling services at 1-800-8154. $10 flat fee plus linens.
All Breed Rescue & Training 20 Mount View Ln, Ste C 80907. We can take dogs, cats, critters, reptiles. Bring a photo ID, any meds or special food. We are staffed 24/7 through this crisis. Call us at 719-264-6460 or email email@example.com. We are also on FB, as All Breed Rescue & Training
All Souls Universal Church is open for evacuees & small pets, 730 N Tejon719-633-7717
Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region has set up a second emergency small animal evacuation shelter at the Freedom Financial Services Expo Center at 3650 N. Nevada Avenue. This second site will help accommodate animals of evacuees in the new mandatory evacuation areas.The emergency pet shelter will only handle pets evacuated by the Waldo Canyon Fire. Anyone attempting to reclaim a lost pet, or drop off a stray animal should go to the permanent HSPPR shelter (610 Abbott Lane, just off 8th Street by the Wal-Mart).
T Humane Society can try to arrange help in rescuing any pets that could not be evacuated. Call 719-473-1741, don't pick any prompts it will go directly to customer service.
Evacuation Shelters under operation by the Red Cross are located at:
Lewis Palmer High School (1300 Higby, Monument, CO)
Cheyenne Mountain High School (1200 Cresta Road, Colorado Springs, CO)
Southeast YMCA (2190 Jet Wing Drive, Colorado Springs, CO)
Summit Elementary School, Divide, CO
Cache La Poudre Middle School in LaPorte for the High Park Fire
Cortez High School for the Weber Fire outside of Mancos.
Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock for Colorado Springs residents who choose to evacuate to the north. They can accommodate evacuees and large animals.
The YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region is opening its facilities to evacuees until further notice. Also open are day camps for children of evacuees, ages 5 to 12. Evacuees can enroll a child for as many days as they need, space permitting. The Briargate Y camps are full, but the others have openings. YMCA/PPR is also offering Waldo Canyon Fire evacuees use of all YMCA Family Centers and City-Owned, Y-Operated Aquatic and Recreation Facilities free access to showers and recreation with a driver's license and/or military I.D.
SecureCare Self-Storage is offering 30 days of free storage at all its Colorado Springs-area locations. Call 1-877-907-1649.
Register on Safe and Well
The Red Cross Safe and Well website is also available. People affected by the fires and flooding can access the site and let loved ones know where they are. There are several ways to register on Safe and Well, or search for a loved one. From a computer, visit redcross.org; from a smart phone, visit www.redcross.org/safeandwell or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767)
Poor Richard’s Restaurant in downtown Colorado Springs is offering complimentary pizza and fountain drinks for all evacuees and firefighters affected by the Waldo Canyon Fire. Evacuees and firefighters should simply inform the employee at the counter of their status to receive their free meal Tuesday or Wednesday evening, anytime after 4pm. Poor Richards is located at 324 ½ North Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 and is open for business until 9pm.
REI will give you a 20% discount if you come in to buy socks for the firefighters, just let them know it is a donation for Care and Share.
IKEA Centennial Starting June 29, Ikea is offering High Park Fire victims one-time discounts on kitchen and other home furnishings, up to $10,000, through December 31. Ikea will also pull the items and deliver them to the customer (Picking with Delivery). Offers are available to those who show proof of their loss with an official voucher provided by the American Red Cross Northern Colorado Chapter or Larimer County officials. Full details of the offer will be made available on the IKEA Centennial website by June 29.