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Black Lab Sports and Flywheel Project Host The Phoenix Project for Families Impacted by Marshall Fire

Black Lab Sports and Flywheel Project Host The Phoenix Project for Families Impacted by Marshall Fire


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The Phoenix Project is a coalition of Boulder County-based brands and businesses teamed up with Black Lab Sports and their 501(c)(3) Flywheel Project, to receive and distribute donations to those impacted by the Marshall Fire.

The Donation Distribution event will be on Saturday February 12, 2022. To attend, register HERE. Over 40 different businesses, brands, and organizations, from all over, have joined to help the cause (see below).  Their goal is to reach 1,000 people who were affected by the fire. Below you will find the Supporting Organizations:

ABC Kids Climbing • Adidas • Alp-n-Rock • ARTILECT Studio • Black Diamond Equipment • Black Lab Sports • ConsciousAlliance.ORG • Dynafit • Evolv • Farm to Feet • Flywheel Project • Fjällräven •Kemper Snowboards • KÜHL • La Sportiva • Me Biosciences •Meridian Line • Mile High Arcade •Mizuno Running • MOUNTAINSMITH • Neptune Mountaineering •Nite Ize • Outside Inc. • Peak State Coffee •PEARL iZUMi • Picture • Pomoca • RovR Products • Salewa •Salomon • Sanitas Brewing Co. • Scan Global Logistics • Seed Ranch Flavor Co • Sherpa Adventure Gear • Spyder •Thule • Volcom • Under Armour • Wigwam • Wild Country • WILL DAY ART • Woods Boss Brewing Company •

 

DONATING ITEMS: Go to donation information and application form.

FINANCIAL DONATION: Go to www.coloradogives.org/bouldercountywildfirefund

VOLUNTEER INFO: To volunteer as an individual or team, go volunteer sign up form.

“As businesses with a strong presence in the Boulder community, we ask you to show your support through this coordinated effort of Boulder’s outdoor industry to donate much needed items of clothing, sleeping bags, gloves, hats, socks, and any other things that can make a significant difference in the lives of the fire victims, including money or time. We genuinely welcome your involvement at any level possible, and to help us spread the word to your friends and connections throughout the industry. Together, we can build a critical mass that can make a real difference.

We are all in this together, and we sincerely thank you for the support.”

Trent Bush, JP O’Brien, Chris Sword, Aaron Beach, Emily Bradbury

For additional questions, email us at rise@flywheelproject.com

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