The Texas Baptist Men Disaster Unit got to town last Friday to help families who lost their homes get back on track.
"Our part is to come in and clean up and get them to a point at which now they can begin to make decisions on how they go about rebuilding or re-utilizing the land that they have," said group member Russell Schieck.
The fires claimed 14 homes in Colorado City. The organization is clearing ground at three of those locations, but they're ready and willing to help anyone who needs it.
"If somebody drives up today and says, 'can you help me?' Absolutely," said group member Butch Moore.
One family who lived off of Texas 208 will soon be living on their property in a temporary trailer, thanks to the work of the Texas Baptist Men.
"We realize we play one small part of their lives and their homes being restored. We continue to pray that God will make the resources available to them that they need," Schieck said.
As families begin to return to their land, group members hope their work will provide a light at the end of the tunnel for them.
"Many times when we arrive there is a hopelessness. After we help clean up, you begin to see the hope start to return to a family," Schieck said.
The group will be in Colorado City until Thursday.