Calvary has put together a list of resources (scroll down) both for those who need help and for those who want to provide help. You can also give to Calvary’s Benevolence fund.  We will continue to update this page as additional opportunities arise. Please be praying for our friends, families, and neighbors who have been affected by the fire. Scroll down to see the list of resources, then click “contact us” at the bottom to offer help or if you need assistance.


Dear Calvary Family,

The last 24 hours have brought great tragedy to our community. As the fires spread, our staff teams assembled in Boulder and Erie to pray and plan initial steps. We are reaching out to Calvary families that we believed to be immediately impacted. We also connected with our local law enforcement in Boulder and Erie and offered our facilities as emergency evacuation sites for the Boulder Office of Emergency Management. This afternoon local pastors are gathering to mobilize the local church, pray together, and plan any ways the Church can respond collaboratively. 

We know that in the coming days there will be many needs and ways to help. This is our moment in time to love God and love others as His Christ-centered community. If you are in need of help or wanting to offer your assistance please click on the “Contact Us” button on this page.

We will meet in person on Sunday at all three of our campuses and will be sharing any updates then. We will also release an updated Calvary Online service Sunday morning. We serve a mighty God who is ready and willing to give grace and mercy in our time of need. This is our time of need so let us approach the throne of grace together.

We love you, Calvary. We’re praying with you all this morning,

Tom Shirk
Senior Pastor



YMCA: 2800 Dagny Way, Lafayette. Offering all of the above; open 24/7.

Sister Carmen:  655 Aspen Ridge Drive, Lafayette. Offering all of the above, plus gift cards to local stores and restaurants; open 10am-3pm weekdays.

Restaurants Revive: Boulder and Denver area restaurants offering hot meals for displaced residents.

A Precious Child: 7251 West 118 Ave., Broomfield. Offering clothing and gift cards. Open 9am-5pm weekdays.

Erie Highlands Clubhouse: 185 Highlands Circle, Erie. The Erie Highlands neighborhood has set up a donation center at the clubhouse for fire victims; open weekdays 10am-3pm.

We Got This: Marshall Fire Support Store: 551 E. South Boulder Road, Boulder. A pop-up store offering new clothing donated from Adidas, Nike, North Face, Old Navy, etc. Free to those impacted by the Marshall Fire. Complete this link before going to the store.  We Got This Store Link.


Disaster Assistance Center:  1755 South Public Road, Lafayette. Multiple federal, state, and local agencies are working out of this location to assist impacted residents with damage assessment, insurance claims, applying for temporary housing, rental assistance, replacement of personal property, and reimbursement of hotel costs. Gift cards for local stores, restaurants, Uber and Lyft are also available.

FEMA: Apply for assistance with losses not covered by insurance at FEMA’s website or call 1-800-FEMA. Lines are open from 7am-10pm seven days a week.

Discounted Hotel Rooms: The Boulder Convention and Visitors Bureau has a list of hotels offering discounted rooms at

Personal Content Recovery, Debris Removal: Samaritan’s Purse is in the area to offer free assistance to residents with little or no insurance to search through debris for personal item recovery, chainsaw work, debris removal, and temporary tarping. Call 303-913-0524 for more information. 


Boulder County Wildfire Relief Fund: $17 million has been raised for victims of the wildfires. Go to the Disaster Assistance Center at 1755 South Public Road, Lafayette, or the Community Foundation website to apply for assistance.

American Red Cross: The Red Cross is offering direct financial assistance to those impacted by the fires.

Marshall Fire GoFundMe: Over $200,000 has been distributed already from this fund. Click here to apply for support.


Boulder County Health Department: Those seeking mental health support are encouraged to visit for resources.

Financial Assistance for Counseling: The Community Foundation of Boulder and Jewish Family Services are offering $500 towards individual or family counseling for those impacted by the fires. Call 720-248-4686 for more information or visit to apply.

Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-8255 or text “TALK” to 38255.

Mental Health Partners of Boulder County: 303-443-8500.



Boulder Office of Emergency Management: Donate shelter, food, materials, or services, go to the Boulder OEM donation page.

Sister Carmen: 655 Aspen Ridge Drive, Lafayette. Sister Carmen is accepting monetary donations and gift cards for Walmart, Target, Costco, local restaurants as well as specific food items: no-prep food, frozen dinners, hearty canned soups, granola bars, snack mixes, apples, oranges, peanut butter, bread, crackers, bottled water, and Gatorade. More info at

A Precious Child: 7251 West 118 Ave., Broomfield. A Precious Child is accepting donations of new clothing, gift cards, and new volunteers. Open 9am-5pm weekdays.


Colorado Responds: Go to the Colorado Responds website to search volunteer opportunitie or to donate your materials or services.

Personal Content Recovery, Debris Removal: Samaritan’s Purse is in the area to offer free assistance to residents with little or no insurance to search through debris for personal item recovery, chainsaw work, debris removal, and temporary tarping. To volunteer, please call 303-913-0524.

Let us know if you need help or would like to offer help.

Get the latest Wildfire Emergency Information from the
Boulder Office of Emergency Management