Loveland Family’s Farm Destroyed By Flood – Family Creates “Rock On Colorado” Fund [VIDEO/PICTURES]
The Brumagim family lives on the Big Thompson River in Loveland. September 12, 2013 their lives changed forever as the Big Thompson River ran over its banks and destroyed the family farm. For those of you that have driven by the house on Highway 34 on your way up the canyon, you know Grammas Corner Firewood business. She lost everything, along with her daughter Michelle's businesses, BBQ Boogie and Miss B's Traveling Tutor.
Even though the flood devastated the farm and the family businesses, the Brumagim family refused to be beaten. They have started a "Rock On Colorado" Fund for their family, other families and businesses affected by the flood. They are selling "Colorado Clean-Up Crew" Hoodies, T-shirts and wrist bands to raise funds to help Colorado families rebuild. Funds are going towards restoration of homes, businesses, property, and equipment.
HOW TO HELP ROCK ON COLORADO
- SUPPORT- by purchasing and wearing "Colorado Clean-up Crew" Hoodies, T-shirts and Wrist Bands!
- DONATE-supplies, food, water, DIY gift cards, gas cards, and donations.
- VOLUNTEER-time, sorting, cleaning, painting, removal of big metal items and debris.
If you have any questions, would like to make a donation or volunteer for a family please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-231-3830.
The Bumagim family shot this YouTube video as rescuers were attempting to save a horse from the flood waters: