Our hearts go out to our neighbors who have been displaced by the Cameron Peak and CalWood wildfires in Northern Colorado. And we can’t say thank you enough to the men and women who are fighting these fires to keep lives and property safe.
Many agencies and organizations have stepped up to provide temporary shelter, food and other necessities to wildfire evacuees. We are in contact with the disaster response team managing the evacuation process and are ready to assist if called upon.
If You Need Help
The Food Bank exists so more people have access to the food they need. If you have been impacted by the wildfires and need food assistance, we are here to help. Visit our Where Do I Go? page for a full list of Food Bank services.
If You Would Like to Help
We encourage you to donate shelf stable food items at the Food Bank’s warehouse in Loveland. All COVID-19 safety protocols are in place, including a face covering requirement and social distancing.
|Loveland Donation Location||Types of Food Accepted|
|Food Bank for Larimer County|
5706 Wright Drive
Loveland, CO 80538
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-3:30 pm
|Shelf stable items like peanut butter, canned meat/fish/chicken, canned fruit, cereal, pasta, rice, macaroni and cheese|
Other Ways to Help
With the fires so close to home, many in the community are looking for ways to volunteer. If you would like to help, start by visiting United Way of Larimer County’s volunteer page.
If you would like to make a financial donation, you can visit the Food Bank’s donation page and in the Tribute field enter “wildfire relief” for those funds to be used to support those displaced by the fires.