The State of Colorado has launched an official website to aggregate recovery information, news, and resources to further the efforts toward a strong Colorado recovery. ColoradoUnited includes information on where to get help, local information, travel information, and other useful information for flood victims and for those interested in volunteering or donating to recovery efforts.
The United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service has approved certain waivers to assist Colorado in meeting the nutrition assistance needs of FNS program participants and low-income residents impacted by severe storms, landslides, mudslides, and flooding. For a limited time, the state will be operating Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs (D-SNAP) and accepting […]
The regularly scheduled Greeley Legal Night will include assistance for flood victims. There is no need for attorneys to sign up to volunteer, just show up at 5:45 p.m. The clinic will be held at: Our Lady of Peace Church 1311 3rd Street Greeley, CO 80631 To learn more about volunteering at this clinic, […]
The Legal Staff Committee of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association kicks off a clothing drive to help Colorado flood victims on Monday, September 23. The drive runs through Friday, October 4 at designated drop-off locations. CTLA plans to donate items to nonprofit organizations including Harvest of Hope Food Pantry, Erie Uplink and Windsor Works Alliance. […]