Opportunities to Help – 2013 Colorado Floods
Posted Monday, September 23rd, 2013 by Sterling Volunteers Staff
The 2013 Colorado floods have caused catastrophic damage across the Colorado Front Range from Ft. Collins to Colorado Springs. With our headquarters in Ft. Collins we’ve seen the devastating affects first hand and feel incredibly lucky that none of our staff suffered personal damage or loss. We’ve mobilized to help our community however we can through supply drives and volunteering efforts.
The cleanup and recovery efforts will take months or longer to complete. Some of you may be wondering how you can help. We’ve compiled a few resources below and hope you find it useful.
United Way of Larimer County is requested help with phones and data entry to help them mobilize volunteers.
To learn more to sign up to help, click here: http://www.uwaylc.org/vunit/larimerfloods2013
Serve 6.8 has information about donating and scheduling time to volunteer and their website at: http://serve68.org/
Group Missions Trips is organizing long-term cleanup days for flood victims.
To learn more or sign-up to help, click here: http://groupmissiontrips.com/the-big-day-of-serving/locations/loveland,-co/
To learn more about donations and making sure your donations go to those who need your help,
check out the Foothills United Way at https://www.unitedwayfoothills.org/node/313