American Red Cross
Xcel Energy crews departed on Wednesday morning from the central Denver distribution center on what will be a long trip east to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Relief organizations from across the country, including in Colorado are on their way to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
They’re trying to move on with their lives after a disastrous wildfire, and now victims of the High Park Fire are getting help from a group of generous contractors.
As the bomb squad worked to secure James Holmes’ apartment, the Red Cross provided shelter for 83 people, including 43 children who were forced to leave their homes.
The American Red Cross wants the public to know that they have plenty of room for people who are evacuated because of the Waldo Canyon Fire and needing a place to stay.
Firefighters and evacuees from the High Park Fire in Larimer County have a long list of needs right now and people can help with donations.
Volunteers working the High Park Fire have signed up for a 24-hour-a-day, 7-days-a-week commitment.
Colorado officials say the best way to help the victims of the High Park Fire and those fighting the fire is to donate money.
There have been some anxious moments for evacuees of the High Park Fire who own pets and livestock.
As the High Park Fire continued to burn west of Fort Collins, the Red Cross held meetings for evacuees on Sunday.