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Flood 2013 Recovery Information

Volunteers/Donations

Volunteers

Colorado Farm Bureau Disaster Fund

The Colorado Farm Bureau has set up a disaster fund to aid farmers and ranchers directly impacted by the recent flooding in northeast Colorado. Visit the Colorado Farm Bureau website for more information on how to donate and aid these producers.

United Way 2-1-1

Larimer County United Way 2-1-1 manages a large database for those requesting volunteer aid and also registers those willing to volunteer. To request aid, or to volunteer your services for aid in Larimer County contact:

  • (970) 407-7066, local
  • (866) 485-0211, toll-free number
City of Loveland Volunteer Information
  • Information line: (970) 962-2020, open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday

Volunteer aid and requests for assistance can also be make statewide at www.HelpColoradoNow.org.

Donations

Financial support to voluntary agencies responding to disasters is the most effective way to help. Cash allows disaster agencies to purchase exactly what is needed. To make a financial gift to the organization of your choice dial 2-1-1 or contact one of these agencies:

Please help restore the Big Thompson River!

On behalf of the Big Thompson River Restoration Coalition, we ask for your help to restore the Big Thompson River after the devastating flood of 2013. We are a diverse coalition of riverfront property owners, community members, outdoor enthusiasts, non-profit organizations, businesses, and public agencies working together to restore The Big Thompson River. If you love rivers and would like to help restore one of Colorado's most iconic rivers, please make a tax-deductible contribution on the Help Restore Colorado's Flood-damaged Big Thompson River fundraiser profile.

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