Black Forest Regional Park is still recovering from the Black Forest Fire that left it
Efforts to rebuild the Black Forest community after the 2013 forest fire are made possible with donations. Every donation, no matter the size, positively contributes to the restoration efforts supported by Black Forest Together. Donations of all types are welcome, so if you are interested in a financial donation, supplies for restoration projects, or donating your time, then please review the best ways to help out the community of Black Forest. Black Forest Together is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Your cash donations to Black Forest Together are tax deductible.
Please send all tax-deductible financial donations via check to the Black Forest Together resource center. All checks may be addressed to “Black Forest Together, Inc” and sent to the address below.
Black Forest Together
11460 Black Forest Rd.
Black Forest, CO 80908
Black Forest Together is proud to partner with Trees 4 Tomorrow, a program which assists landowners who lost their trees by matching them with donors who provide transplantable trees. If you would like to assist survivors, improve wildlife habitat, and help restore the beautiful land in the Black Forest area, please donate to sponsor a tree today!
Our volunteer staff thrives from donations in any capacity, including supply donations. Black Forest Together is always seeking donations for cases of water, rakes, shovels, and new work gloves. Please note we are unable to accept donations of clothing, household goods, food, or other physical items. Please provide these donations to Care and Share Food Bank and Discover Goodwill.
Continued restoration efforts are made possible with the assistance of volunteers. Volunteers of all abilities make a great deal of difference to the survivors of the 2013 Black Forest Fire. If you are part of a group that wants to volunteer or an individual looking to donate your time and energy, check out our various volunteer opportunities.