The Marshall Fire in Boulder County is the most devastating wildfire in Colorado history, burning more than 6,000 acres and damaging or destroying 1,000 buildings, according to state officials.
Rebuilding after the catastrophe will take time, but there are ways to help in the interim such as donating money to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund, the American Red Cross of Colorado or one of the many GoFundMe campaigns benefitting victims.
The businesses listed below have also committed to donating a portion of the proceeds to wildfire relief efforts. So if you want to shop, eat or drink to help fire victims, stop by one of these places.
Is your business hosting a fundraiser for victims of wildfires? Email Tiny Ricciardi ([email protected]) to add your event to this list, which will be updated continuously.
Where to Find Marshall Fire Fundraisers
Dozens of restaurants in Boulder, Denver and surrounding areas are offering free meals to people displaced by the Marshall Fire as part of an initiative. restaurant revived, For a list of participating eateries, visit boulderdowntown.com/boulder-fire-response-resources.
until January 14, Cities of Arvada and Edgewater Restaurants, grocery stores, home goods stores, pet stores and more are collecting gift cards that will be donated to families affected by the Marshall fire. Donate at Arvada Chamber of Commerce (7305 Grandview Ave., Arvada), Arvada United Methodist Church (6750 Carr St., Arvada) and Edgewater Civic Center (1800 N. Harlan, Edgewater) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Blake Street Tavern is collecting donations including water, blankets, toiletries and other items in Denver.
located in Denver. In driver100% of proceeds from every Fernet About It cocktail ordered in January will benefit the Boulder County Wildfire Fund. The drink is available in both the River North Arts District and Lower Highlands locations.
Organization Colorado law enforcement officer wives Selling Colorado Strong T-shirts with 100% of proceeds to benefit the Boulder County Wildfire Fund and the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police.
Empire Lounge and Restaurant Serving free takeout meals (soup and bread) to anyone displaced by fires in Louisville January 5-9. Delivery starts at noon; The restaurant will serve 250 meals per day.
january 7 is dubbed golden gives day, when more than 80 businesses in the city of the same name pledge to donate a portion of their proceeds to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund. Participating locations include Eclectic Coffee, Windy Saddle Cafe, Golden City Brewery, Buffalo Rose Restaurant, Golden Moon Speakeasy even more. Check out the full list at facebook.com/goldengivesday.
Anyone affected by the fire and in need of baby or baby care products can email goodbye gear ([email protected]) by January 7 to shop yourself to receive a free personalized package of products or a digital gift card.
from now until January 7 Gunther Toodies The restaurant is donating 10% of its sales to the Boulder Wildfire Fund in Thornton and Denver.
Feather Lady Justice Brewing Company, $1 from each pint of Sandra Day IPA ordered in January will be donated to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund.
Highlands Ranch-Based Sign Maker marcobros legacy Between January 1 and 7 50% of sales are donating to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund.
Moxie Bread Company Marshalls is offering anyone affected by the fire a free meal from its menu at three of its locations in Boulder, Louisville and Lyon.
January 1st, Noodles & Co. Beginning 4 p.m., 50% of proceeds will be donated to the closing Boulder County Wildfire Fund. Stop by at one of the restaurant’s 58 Colorado locations to contribute.
number thirty eight The food and entertainment complex in Denver is hosting a benefit event with live music, art, food and drink on January 12 from 6 to 10 p.m. Tickets cost $15 at eventbrite.com and proceeds will be donated to charity the Boulder County Wildfire Fund.
longmonts Outworld Brewing Company Hosting “Who Is It Anyway?” Style comedy show on January 22 in partnership with entertainment group Some Assembly Required. Tickets cost $15 on evenbright.com and proceeds will be donated directly to the victims of the Martial Fire.
Rayback Collective Boulder is hosting a free market every day from noon to 9 p.m. on January 6-8, when fire-affected people can shop through the donations it receives, including clothing, toiletries, toys and more. Huh. Additionally, they will receive vouchers for free drinks and food.
from January 5 to 11, sink The restaurant in Boulder will donate 10% of sales to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund.
Brunch Hotspot on January 7th Snooze AM Eatery 10% of the proceeds from the nationwide sale will be donated to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund.
Denver’s Tivoli Brewing Company Between January 3 and 10, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of bars and restaurants are donated to relief efforts. Additionally, breweries and restaurants are offering free food and beer to first responders who present their ID.
long lasting The restaurant in Denver is hosting a pop-up fundraiser on January 4th from 4 to 9 p.m., when cooks will be creating a special takeout menu with proceeds to benefit those affected by the fire. Takeout items include bao buns, fresh rolls, cocktail to-go, and more.
non profitable we don’t waste is hosting its first Mobile Food Market of the Year on January 4th from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at 2545 E. 40th Ave in Denver. The organization will distribute free meals, and anyone is welcome to participate.
This is an ongoing list and will be updated as we learn about more fundraisers.
Update January 5th at 9:30am: Due to the Restaurant Revive program and the ever-changing nature of participants, this story lists restaurants that are no longer offering free meals. Visit boulderdowntown.com/boulder-fire-response-resources-restaurants-revive for an ongoing list.
Subscribe to Stuffed, our new food newsletter, to get Denver food and drink news sent straight to your inbox.