Despite Colorado wildfires being under control, the aftermath isn't over yet.
Flooding, pollution, dirty water and scams are among the concerns residents are facing. But in the Grand Valley on Tuesday, there was a legitimate fundraiser at a local restaurant.
All Qdoba burrito shops are helping the American Red Cross as they assist Colorado wildfire victims.
Customers who donate a minimum of one dollar at any Colorado Qdoba restaurant will get a coupon for a free order of tortilla chips and Three-Cheese Queso as a thank you for their support.
They're going to match every dollar that gets donated up until they reach $50,000, in hopes of reaching a grand total of at least $100,000.
All proceeds go to benefit the "American Red Cross Colorado Wildfires".
"Qdoba's based out of Denver Colorado, so being based out of Colorado we're just trying to get back to everybody that's given to us," said Greg Hathaway, manager of the Rim Rock Qdoba in Grand Junction.
Western Slope Qdoba locations include Grand Junction, Clifton, Montrose, Glenwood and Steamboat Springs.
They're open until 9:00 p.m. and collecting donations all day and night Tuesday.