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Boulder entrepreneurs begin Basecamp Collective to help fire victims
Boulder entrepreneurs begin Basecamp Collective to help fire victims
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Boulder entrepreneurs Jeff Donaldson of FocusedBrands and Luke Vernon of Ridgeline Ventures have partnered to begin Basecamp Collective, a group of local volunteers and businesses dedicated to supporting victims of last month’s Marshall Fire.

The group’s current initiative involves a push to get 100 companies participating in the upcoming Outdoor Retailer trade show in Denver to donate one pallet of items to help 100 impacted Colorado families.

“The distribution system created by Basecamp, which includes a 15,000 square foot warehouse, three storefronts, and direct access to almost 700 families in need ensures that donated products will never be resold or end up in thrift shops,” according to a Basecamp news release. “Items in all Basecamp Collective stores are free to the people who have been displaced and first responders supporting the communities.”

For more information, visit basecampcollective.org.

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