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Above, Lysle Dirrim and Stacey Hanna, who lost their home in the Marshall fire, take their dogs, Monkey and Stella, out for a quick walk outside the disaster assistance center on Monday in Lafayette. Left, Christopher Kaufman hands off grocery bags of donations to Robyn Morgan of the Salvation Army at the center, after being turned away from four donation centers with more than they needed.

After sparking on Dec. 30, the Marshall fire became the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history, destroying at least 991 structures and damaging another 127 in Superior, Louisville and unincorporated Boulder County.

Firefighters reached 100% containment on the perimeter of the blaze Monday evening, ending the fire's spread at 6,026 acres, according to the Boulder Office of Emergency Management.

Here are a few ways to help those affected by the fire :

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