Six Months Of Awesome!

To All You Flood Resilient Rockstars… It has been six months since the September floods. For us, that means six months of really hard work, six months of awe-inspiring compassion, six months of committed aid from neighbors, strangers, and friends, and an overflowing bucket of love for the places and people where we live. We […]


Volunteer Day in Jamestown

Mark your calendars!! February 22, 2014 from 9:00am – 2:00pm Help Jamestown residents return home and restore their communities: Volunteer Sign Up Come support Jamestown in their flood recovery efforts. Projects may include debris clean-up and assisting homeowners with the boxing and moving of items in their home. Volunteers should be prepared for a day […]


Meeting the Unmet Needs

From Boulder County’s Longterm Flood Recovery Group: National Disaster Recovery Group Coming to Boulder County to Assess Flood-Related Community Needs Volunteer interviewers will meet with flood survivors to help individuals connect with resources and gain a clear picture of what it will take to recover Boulder County, Colo. – The Long-Term Flood Recovery Group of […]


Volunteer Opportunity with Boulder County CareConnect

Jump back into Volunteering in 2014 !! Boulder County CareConnect www.careconnectbc.org Saturday, January 18, 2014 Estes Park Valley Volunteer Opportunity to help flood victims in the Estes Park Valley with debris removal. Volunteers will manually remove the debris onto trailers and specialty chainsaw certified volunteers will break large debris up into manageable pieces. http://www.careconnectbc.org/volunteer/ Volunteer […]


Community Appreciation Night

Boulder Flood Relief Community Appreciation Jan. 16, 2014 – Thurs. – 6-8 p.m. Impact Hub Boulder, 1877 Broadway It’s hard to believe it’s only been four months since the Colorado Flood of 2013. Though devastating, this event has proven to us that we have a strength of community and commitment to each other that can […]


A Day in Coal Creek Canyon

Driving up the canyon, it’s hard to believe how much it has changed. The creek bed is a jagged scar next to the road. Widened and eroded out by the flood, it is filled with downed trees and piles and piles of debris. Though the water is lower now, it still churns muddily under the […]


Rebuilding with Habitat for Humanity

We spent last Monday talking with the St. Vrain chapter of Habitat for Humanity and are excited about possibilities for partnering with them. In response to the flood, they are no longer focusing just on building homes, but are offering rebuilding and repair assistance for those affected by the flood. This will certainly not be […]




Boulder County Offers Food Assistance

Boulder County Housing and Human Services is offering a food assistance program that may be worth looking into – here is the information: As you may have seen, Boulder County residents who have been impacted by the recent flooding now have access to a temporary expansion of the federal food assistance program (SNAP). It’s known […]