CAN YOU HELP?
If you live along the front range in Colorado and have stepped outside in the last 48 hours, you already know about the High Park fire burning out of control in Larimer County. As of noon today (Tuesday) over 43,000 acres have burned and over 100 structures have been destroyed. Hundreds of people have been evacuated and hundreds more are currently on stand-by for evacuation.
ACS Disaster Response has been deployed and the Colorado Department of Emergency Management, along with Michael Bright, CEO for ACS Community LIFT and past Colorado VOAD Chairman, are currently in the Fort Collins area securing a Donations Distribution Center where volunteers will receive, sort and distribute donated items for those impacted by this disaster.
It takes a lot of manpower to set up a Distribution Center for a disaster of this magnitude. If you or someone you know is trained as a volunteer, we need you! If you can donate a day, a weekend, a few hours, or any time at all, please call Chris Hill at 303-898-9676.
But, we don't just need manpower. We need financial support! The cost grows by the day for supplies, electricity, water, food, and other critical items needed by the volunteers to help support the survivors. If you can help, please go to our website and make a donation. Here's the link:
ACS Community Lift
5045 West First Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80219 email@example.com