The Marshall Fire Donations Center will be open starting January 11, 2022 at 21 West Flatiron Crossing Drive Broomfield (the former Nordstrom department store at FlatIron Crossing Mall). Hours of operation are 7 days a week 9:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.
Please note the "Needs List" and the "Don't Donate List" below.
Body Soap bar
Body Soap liquid
First Aid kits
New Ace bandages
Gibson Kitchen Kits (order on line)
New Pots and Pans
New bath towels
Diapers of all sizes
New cribs (By Federal\l law no donated used
Cribs or car seats. They must be new.)
New car seats
NO USED COMPUTERS
New underwear of all sizes and types
New Clothing of all types
Foods items: Packages must be unopend
All non-perishable canned foods
Mac and Cheese
All types of dry and canned beans
All types of canned fruits
Cooking Oils of all types
Mixes: Pancake, cake, muffin, bread
Paper Plates, bowls, cups
NO Gently Used clothing
Don't Donate List
Small Animal Pet food
Baby/Child are equipment
No projectile releasing items: Guns of any type and size, bow and arrows
No home processed canned foods
All food packages must come unopened to us.
No used underwear (Must come in the original packaged unopened.)
No prescription medication (Yes, we can accept Over The Counter items if the package has not been opened.)
Personal Hygiene items (All items must have the manufacture’s seal unopened.)
No used clothing, bedding or towels
No used pots and pans
On December 30th, 2021 the most destructive wildfire in the state's history, the Marshall fire, destroyed nearly 1,000 homes in Boulder County.
As Boulder County’s trusted philanthropic partner for over 30 years, Community Foundation Boulder County will work closely with our government and nonprofit partners to coordinate, align resources and fill gaps to support those most impacted by the wildfires. Our experience has shown us the importance of deep local relationships in meeting short- and long-term community needs in a crisis with equity, transparency, and integrity.
If you have been affected by the disaster please go directly to the Disaster Assistance Center, 9AM - 7PM, seven days a week: 1755 South Public Road in Lafayette
Boulder OEM has opened a disaster assistance center where they, and other partners, will conduct needs assessment and provide services to our neighbors. Additionally, due to the generosity of tens of thousands of donors to the Wildfire Fund, Boulder County will distribute up to $5M in financial assistance to those whose homes have been destroyed or damaged and an additional $500K to support the needs of evacuees from the fund.
We have begun disbursing these financial assistance funds at the Disaster Assistance Center, and we strongly encourage anyone affected to visit the DAC, regardless of whether you are in financial need or not. It is important for you to connect with Boulder County staff as soon as possible so we can, in partnership with them, better understand your current and future needs.