BOULDER COUNTY - Volunteers cleaning up parts of Boulder County Tuesday got some help themselves: in the form of hot food and warm boots.
More than 1,000 volunteers have worked to clean up areas of Boulder, Louisville, and Superior for the last month, volunteering more than 5,000 hours.
Niwot-based Crocs and Boulder's Rollin' Greens restaurant dished out food and footwear to volunteers with Boulder Flood Relief Tuesday afternoon.
Boulder Flood Relief is an organization started in September to connect people who wanted to help with people who needed it after the historic flooding.
Thomas Wells, Boulder Flood Relief's Executive Director said, "It makes a big difference to us to know that members of the community, both businesses and individuals, are supporting us in any way that they can. It helps keep us going as volunteers and I know it means a lot to those who were impacted."
Boulder Flood relief says they saw a huge outpouring of support right after September's flood, but numbers have dropped off in recent weeks. If you're interested in volunteering, visit: http://boulderfloodrelief.org/
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