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We’re fortunate to have many individuals and local businesses helping to raise money for the Boulder Valley School District community affected by the Marshall Fire. Below is list of fundraisers you can participate in to help.
If you know of another fundraiser we don’t have listed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boulder Bookstore is working to help replace the books that Boulder Valley School District students lost in the Marshall Fire. Their goal is to give every student a gift card of at least $100 to the bookstore so that they can begin rebuilding their personal libraries.
Colorado Springs District 11 immediately started looking for ways to help and soon got every Class 5A and 4A school in the Pikes Peak Region to join the cause. The Colorado High School Activities Association encourages all member schools to make a direct donation to our Critical Needs Fund.
Grandrabbits is selling $25 gift cards to support students impacted by the Marshall Fire.
One (1) donor that contributes to this fundraiser will be selected at random to receive four tickets + parking pass to the Rams vs 49ers game at SoFi Stadium on 1/9/22.
This local pie shop with locations in Lafayette and Boulder (Gunbarrel) is donating 100% of the profits of the sales of their sweet pies through the month of January.
U.S. Bank donated $25,000 to Impact on Education to support Boulder Valley School District. They’re also providing a 2:1 employee matching gift in support of wildfire relief efforts to the American Red Cross, Community Foundation of Boulder County and Impact on Education.
Whiteboard Advisors made a contribution to our Critical Needs Fund and is encouraging others to do the same.
50% of proceeds from sales the weekend of Jan 8 – Jan 9 will be donated to Impact on Education to support BVSD.
This local running group is hosting a fundraiser on Saturday 1/8 at Sloan’s Lake. Participants are asked to donate for every lap or mile completed.
Details via @citiusrc on Instagram
25% of proceeds from sales between Jan 5 – Jan 9 will be donated to wildfire relief efforts.
Our friends, Jeff and Shannon Knobel, have put their skills to work and created a virtual auction designed to provide families impacted by the Marshall Fire with immediate support. Featured items were generously donated by partners and friends who are proud to be able help our community begin to rebuild.