Larimer County is home to the state’s largest wildfires, the Cameron Peak Fire and East Troublesome Fire. The fire continues to rage and has consumed hundreds of structures. The Larimer County Fire Recovery Fund allows your local United Way to respond to emergency needs and prepare for future potential flooding in the area.
United Way of Larimer County has been asked by County officials, Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD), and partner agencies to launch a fund for private donations for those most affected by the fire. There will be short term and long term impacts – unmet needs may not surface for six months. Donations are tax deductible and will be distributed to affected community members through the Larimer County Fire Long Term Recovery Group.
Thank you for supporting United Way of Larimer County, where we lead philanthropy in our community, ensuring that gifts of time, talent and treasure address today’s greatest need – and reduce tomorrow’s.
Mailing Address for checks: United Way of Larimer County, 525 W. Oak Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521.
When our community faces disaster, it is so important that we have a strong local United Way that can quickly coalesce resources to help our friends and neighbors in need. When you give to the Larimer County Fire Recovery Fund your gift also ensures that our dedicated staff can continue to work effectively to meet these needs today and into the future. UWLC prioritizes operational efficiency and 94% of every donation made will support those individuals and families directly impacted by the Cameron Peak and East Troublesome Fires.
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