Flood Recovery

Flooding Supplies to Programs!

 

At the end of July, our central office (1224 E. Elizabeth) suffered a major flood due to an unexpected plumbing failure. This office houses all our warehouse where we store supplies, our administration offices, co-working space for Directors to plan for programs, snack delivery and more – it is literally the heart of BASE Camp. When the flooding happened, it also released asbestos, causing us to have to evacuate immediately. For a few weeks, we operated out of some available space provided by our friends at United Way while our office was abated. We are thankful to be back home and awaiting final construction to get things back to normal. We were very lucky to have good insurance that has covered most of the expenses. However, as we crest the cap of replacement and re-construction reimbursement costs, we need your help! Our warehouse held many of the supplies we use at program every day. We’d love your help in re-couping those. Our goal is to fulfill the supply list and raise $10,000 to ensure programming is unaffected by this unfortunate situation.

 

How Can You Help?

 

  1. 1. Donate Funds! Help us reach our $10,000 goal to cover expenses and recoup all losses. All sizes of gifts are encouraged.

 

  1. 2. Donate Supplies! Check out this list of things we need, and donate a physical item. You can drop donations off at one of our sites or our central office (1224 E. Elizabeth St. | FC, CO 80524)…or if you’re the Amazon type – ship it directly here to that address as well!

 

  1. 3. Donate Something Else! Have an item that is new or very gently used that you think might be useful at BASE Camp? Example: Gaming System, easel, board games, Legos, etc. Fill out this quick form and we’ll let you know if it’s something we could use!

Reminder! All donations are tax-deductible, and financial donations qualify for the Child Care Tax Credit – a credit toward your state taxes of 50% of the donation! 

 

Thank you so much for your support! We appreciate the many ways the community around us has reached out and offered help. Feel free to share this campaign on social media and help us spread the word! If you want to learn more about the flood – check out our press release.