Volunteers & Supplies needed Longmont/Boulder - Sunday 9/22 at 9am and 2pm

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Boulder Flood Relief SUNDAY 9/22 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED HELP CLEAN AND REBUILD COLORADO! Check out Sunday's opportunities to volunteer.

Computer and project skills needed If you have a laptop and know how to use spreadsheets, we can put you in a position to exponentially amplify the impact of your effort. We need help in our Operations Center organizing massive numbers of volunteers and following up with all of the people who still need help. Please text or call our office if you would like to know more: 720-943-4482

Clean Up in Boulder at 9am and 2pm Meeting at the southeast corner of Target (28th and Walnut) at 9am and again at 2pm. We will form and deploy teams to help with a variety of clean up projects including locations in Longmont. Supplies you should bring if you can: shovels, safety masks (respirators are best), gloves, proper footwear for water and mud, safety goggles, wheelbarrows, rakes and any small tools that may be helpful. Also bring food and water for yourselves. We've had many special requests for trucks and trailers or anything that can be used to haul debris. If you have access to these, please bring them. Can you help on Sunday? Please reply to this email so we know how many to expect.

Clean Up in Longmont Don won't be at the mall on Sunday, but we will coordinate and deploy Longmont teams from Target in Boulder at 9am and 2pm. You can also contact Don at 619-987-5434 for more information about specific Longmont projects.

Can you donate supplies? Please see full list of clean up needs at: goo.gl/G1lKxe We are especially looking for donations of respirators. Can you help? Please email us at boulderfloodrelief@gmail.com. Target has generously donated dry storage space for the duration of our clean up efforts. Please call us at 720-943-4482 to drop off a donation and bring them to 29th and Walnut, behind Target.


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