Marshall Fire

A call to action for SoBo neighbors

For the last 20 years Tandoori Grill was there for you. Now it's time for you to be there for Gurjeet & Paul.

Gurjeet and Paul, owners of the Tandoori Grill just lost their home and belongings in the Marshall Fire. Consider contributing to their Go Fund Me campaign to help them rebuild their house and the two other nearby homes of their extended family. Together we can show them our appreciation for all the good food over the years by helping them get back on their feet.

Looking for other ways to help those impacted by the fires?

If you have a vacant property or just a spare bedroom, consider registering your place with the emergency-stay program from Airbnb, BARHA, Boulder County United or this community-run spreadsheet.

Runners Roost is accepting clothing, coats, pet food, blankets, toiletries, and non-perishable foods; Neptune Mountaineering is taking new gear; and Sister Carmen is collecting no-prep foods, sleeping bags, and gift cards.

You can volunteer to organize donated clothing and other items at the NW corner of the shopping center at 551 E. South Boulder Rd (near Murdock's Tap & Tavern, across parking lot from where Alfalfas used to be). They need coat hangers!

Finally, cash donations can be made to the Elevations Foundation Fire Relief Fund and the Community Foundation Boulder County Wildfire Fund.

Restaurants providing free meals for those displaced

(For the most up-to-date list, please see the spreadsheet maintained by Downtown Boulder)

  • My Neighbor Felix (901 Pearl St, Boulder)

  • Fringe Pizza - A Well Tapped Eatery (2900 Valmont Rd, Boulder)

  • The Rio Grande, Boulder (1101 Walnut St, Boulder)

  • Supermoon, Boulder (909 Walnut St, Boulder)

  • Konjo Ethiopian Food (Edgewater)

  • Yuan Wonton food truck (Denver)