March 22, 2021 Shooting in Boulder
The mass shooting on March 22, 2021, was a tragedy unlike any our community has faced before. Ten people were killed, including a Boulder police officer. We mourn every life lost and strive to support our community through this challenging time.
If you would like to show your support for victims, their families and the Boulder community, here are some organizations currently accepting monetary donations:
- Donations for Officer Talley can be made through the Colorado State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police or the Boulder County Injured & Fallen Officer Fund .
- The Colorado Healing Fund is collecting donations to support the needs of victims, families, and the larger community affected by the Boulder tragedy.
- Community Foundation Boulder County has announced the Boulder County Crisis Fund to support those impacted by the Boulder supermarket shooting.
Elevations Credit Union is matching up to $200K in donations through the Elevations Credit Union Victims’ Assistance Fund and Premier Members Credit Union is matching up to $50K for donations to Community Foundation Boulder County.
New Location for Community Mental Health Services
A long-term location has been established for the family assistance center to help people impacted by the March 22 tragedy in Boulder. The center, now called the Boulder Strong Resource Center, is located at the Chase Bank at 603 S. Broadway and opened to the public on March 30. It will be open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Anyone who needs mental or emotional can access the following services by visiting or call the resource center:
- Mental Health Resources (Crisis Counseling On-Site)
- Therapy Dogs
- Drinks and snacks provided by King Soopers
- Red Cross (Spiritual Care and Cash Assistance Assessment)
- FBI (Emergency needs/Property inquiries)
- Boulder Police Department Victim Advocates
- Crime Victim Compensation/District Attorney’s Office
- King Soopers (HR representative)
A resource line, open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., has been established for help getting assistance if you are unable or don’t feel comfortable visiting the center. Call 303-217-0120 to access the resource line. Note, this line does not have a voicemail box and if there is no answer, a representative will call you back. All access and functional needs will be addressed, so call the number to request any accommodation.