NewsMarshall Fire

Actions

Neighbors from across Commerce City lend helping hand to Marshall Fire victims

Green Valley Ranch neighbors lend helping hand for Marshall Fire victims
Posted at 9:03 PM, Jan 27, 2022

AURORA, Colo. — Just days after the Marshall Fire decimated the belongings of thousands, neighbors from across Commerce City came together to collect clothes, toys and money for those who lost everything.

Monica Newman helped spearhead the New Year's Eve event and community members from the Reunion and Eastpoint neighborhoods were eager to join with her.

Neighbors gathered to help collect donations

"It was important for me to help others, " she said. "I was amazed by how much stuff we were able to collect."

All the collected items and money were given to a Boulder County community center.

Bags of donated clothes
Clothing donations organized by age and size

From housing to food banks and everything else in between, there are many ways people affected by the Marshall Fire can get help — and how you can help. Click here for more.