American Red Cross
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.
It’s tough to think about tornadoes and thunderstorms when it’s cold and snowing outside, but the American Red Cross says severe weather season is here and Coloradans need to be ready.
The high fire danger was a big concern for firefighters in El Paso County after a home there went up in flames.
The American Red Cross is always ready to respond to disasters across the country and the Mile High Chapter responded to over 300 disasters in Colorado last year.
The American Red Cross is distributing bottled water to residents of San Luis, after the town’s drinking water supply tested positive for E. coli.
A delegation from one of the areas hardest hit by last year’s earthquake and tsunami in Japan is in Denver on a thank-you mission.