Arianna Van Fleet wanted to do something to show first responders they are appreciated. She says she felt hopeless with the High Park Fire and wanted to help in someway. So, she sat down at her computer and created "Gratitude for First Responders." It's a place people can go to post notes of thanks and let first responders know that their efforts are important and never far from thought.
"I was inspired by the High Park Fire. We have people from all over the country help us in this large disaster and first responders are always ready at any moment to risk their lives to save ours. I just think that's really inspiring to anyone who is out here and they're trying to make sure they're safe," Van Fleet said.
To send a note to our first responders go to http://www.facebook.com/?sk=h_chr#!/GratitudeForFirstResponders
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