The Humane Society of Boulder Valley will host a community vigil for those impacted by Marshall fire
Our hearts and hope are with the families who have been impacted by the Marshall and Middle Fork Fires and are missing their beloved pets.
In an effort to bring some hope and healing to our community, the Humane Society of Boulder Valley, in partnership with the Longmont Humane Society, will host a community vigil for the families of wildfire impacted pets. They are encouraging the community to come together for words of comfort, encouragement, and a sense of community in support of our neighbors.
Vigil of Hope and Healing
Who: The Humane Society of Boulder Valley, Longmont Humane Society, special speakers and musical guests.
Park in the lot to the north of HSBV, off of Flatiron Lane
- The event will also be livestreamed via HSBV’s Facebook page.
When: Sunday, January 9, 2021 | 3:00 p.m.
Details: To protect the health and safety of attendees we ask that everyone attending in-person please wear a mask and maintain physical distance. For the safety and comfort of your pets, we ask that they do not attend this event.
- No candles
- No food or supply donations – thanks to our incredible community, we have all the food and supplies we need for the animals at this time. If you wish to help the animals at HSBV and wildfire impacted families, please consider a monetary donation.