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Colorado Fire and Flood Information

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY -- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th

CATS (Colorado Addicted Trailbuilders Society) will be working on a section of the Quarry Pass Trail that sustained damage, shoring up rock steps and adding dirt to washed-out areas, and they could use more volunteers.

Project is Wednesday, September 25th, 3:30 to 7:30 pm. 
Bring work gloves, water and a snack.

Here's the link to sign up (note that the description of the Sept 25th project is not updated, at the link, but the description we have here is correct):
 http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4FAEA623A7FA7-cats/10378188

Questions: email Dave Dombach at coloradodombach@gmail.com

For General Information About Flooding and Fires in Colorado, please visit:

Help Colorado Now 

For Information About Waldo Canyon Regional Recovery and Assistance, please visit:

Waldo Recovery 

WaldoFire.org

For Information About Black Forest Regional Recovery and Assistance, please visit:

Black Forest Recovery 

For Information About Manitou Springs Flooding, please visit:

Manitou Flood Information

 

HOW YOU CAN HELP

1) Financial Donations

Pikes Peak Community Foundation 

Red Cross 

Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region  

Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado 

2) Independent Volunteer Opportunities

Coalition for the Upper South Platte

Rocky Mountain Field Institute

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado 

3) Relief Efforts through Colorado College

Stay tuned for (a) block break day trips to Manitou for flood relief and (b) upcoming Breakout trips