DENVER – It’s been nearly four months since the most destructive fire in Colorado history swept through homes and businesses in Boulder County, destroying more than 1,000 homes and forcing hundreds of families to start from scratch.
Through the community’s help, hundreds of families have received much needed help, but the need remains for many more who are still trying to get back on their feet.
Which is why this Thursday Denver7 Gives, in partnership with Amazon, is donating $40,000 worth of goods to A Precious Child, a nonprofit organization that helps children and their families facing difficult challenges.
Throughout the day, the Denver7 Team will be helping A Precious Child restock their warehouse located at 7051 W. 118th Ave. in Broomfield, so that Marshall Fire families can get much needed essential items during pick-up hours on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Nicole Brady and Brian Sanders will be there following Denver7 News at 8 a.m. and will bring you updates through the 11 a.m., including interviews with Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera and other local mayors.
Denver7’s Anne Trujillo and Shannon Ogden, along with reporter Russell Haythorn, will help unbox and inventory items Thursday evening and present a special donation to A Precious Child.
Follow along as the community comes together to help our Boulder County neighbors.
1:35 p.m. | As Denver7 Gives and Amazon prepare $40,000 worth of goods for Marshall Fire victims to pick up tomorrow at A Precious Child, Russell Haythorn spoke with Superior Mayor Clint Folsom about the ongoing road to recovery.
1:13 p.m. | Nicole Brady and Brian Sanders have the latest on today’s Denver7 Gives effort with Amazon to donate $40,000 of goods to A Precious Child, a nonprofit helping victims of December’s Marshall Fire who will be able to pick them up Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
11:15 a.m. | One of Denver7 Gives' biggest donations yet helping Marshall Fire victims recover. Watch as Denver7's Nicole Brady, Brian Sanders and the team help unload boxes and restock the warehouse.
10:45 a.m. | Denver7 anchors Nicole Brady and Brian Sanders have arrived at A Precious Child where they'll be helping restock the warehouse with $40,000 worth of items for Marshall Fire victims.
Denver7 Gives and Amazon donating $40,000 in items to families who lost everything in #MarshallFire. Thank you to our generous viewers and Amazon for matching! @DenverChannel @amazon @townofsuperior @LouisvilleCO pic.twitter.com/AMKPu3ivjy— Nicole Brady (@NicoleDenver7) April 28, 2022
9:56 a.m. | The Denver7 team, including morning anchors Nicole Brady and Brian Sanders, will be out all day helping at the A Precious Child warehouse in Broomfield.
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