Weekend ways to help the Colorado flood victims

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KUSA - We've all been trying to find ways to reach out and help the flood victims. Well, now is your chance. Check out some ways to help flood victims this upcoming weekend. Remember, these are just a few ways you can make a difference, there are many other ways you can help.

Colorado floods: How you can help

Flood of Change - Oct. 12 - Littleton - Donate your pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters to the "Flood of Change" fundraiser this Saturday at the Southwest Plaza Farmer's Market from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. All proceeds will be donated to the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado.  If you can't make it by 2 p.m., then stop by Nella's Frozen Yogurt in Littleton between 2 and 5 p.m. They will be dedicating a portion of their profits between those times to the effort.

Flood Mud Volleyball Tournament - Oct. 12 - Estes Park Fairgrounds - Life gave Colorado flood mud, so this weekend Coloradans will be playing in the mud. It is free entrance to watch the games, donations will be accepted and go to Crossroad Ministires, a church helping flood victims. To find out more about this event visit: http://bit.ly/GO9jxJ

Colorado Flood Relief Food Drive - until Oct. 11 - Donate canned food and nonperishables to the food drive at Primrose School of Thorton. All donations will go to the Community Food Share Food Bank. The food will be distributed directly to flood victims of Boulder and Broomfield counties.

Spooky House for Kids - Oct. 5 to Oct. 31 - Littleton - Visit the Spooky House for Kids at the Aspen Grove Shopping Center located at 7301 South Santa Fe Drive, Suite 346. All net proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross Colorado Chapter for the children of the flood disaster. The Spooky House is open Friday and Saturday from 6p.m. to 10p.m. and Sunday from 1p.m. to 6 p.m.  Admission is $7.75 for children and free for parents.

Colorado Flood Relief Art Fundraiser - through Oct. 16 - Buy art prints with proceeds going to the American Red Cross disaster relief in Colorado. To view the art visit: http://bit.ly/1ccXb6w


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