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Marshall Fire Resources & Donation Information

The Marshall Fire that tore through Superior and Louisville destroyed homes, affecting Front Range families and fellow colleagues that have lost everything. Planning professionals have an understanding of what it takes to build communities. At times, that includes rebuilding. Of course there are additional ways to help if you are able to donate your time, resources or professional services as people look to rebuild.

Those that lost their homes could use your help!

MONETARY DONATIONS:

APA Colorado will match collected donations to the Boulder County Community Fund, up to $5,000, for donations made through the link below between now and February 18, 2022. This fund has been established to distribute $10M in financial assistance to those whose homes havebeen destroyed or damanged and an additional $500K+ to support the needs of evacuees.

DONATE HERE

 

PHYSICAL DONATIONS: Local donation centers in Boulder County are currently overwhelmed with physical donations. Check with the centers below.

Metro Care Ambulance Services:  located at 11111 E. Mississippi Ave., Aurora is accepting physical donations of toiletries, clothing, gift cards for food and supplies, durable water bottles, dry and canned pet food, phone chargers, toys for children, diapers, wipes, and masks.

Sister Carmen Community Center: accepting Monetary Donations and gift cards to Walmart, Target, Costco and local area restaurants. Gift cards can be dropped off at 655 Aspen Ridge Dr, Lafayette, CO 80026.

 

RESOURCE FLYER (JAN 22)(pdf)

VOLUNTEER TIME OR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Colorado Responds: Volunteer Opportunities can be found here and additional ways to support the communities impacted by the Marshall Fire can be found here.

Other Options: The Denver Channel has created a list of volunteer opportunities on this site.

Would you like to volunteer your professional services to those looking to rebuild? APA Colorado is looking for volunteers to add their name to our list that will be distributed to the Community Development teams in Superior, Louisville, and Boulder County in order to be used for those in need. Assistance could come in the form of development review, entitlement assistance, design consultation, drawings, etc.

CLICK HERE to join our list.

 

OTHER WAYS TO HELP

There are many ways in which we can help those in need. Below are several options that our members are participating in. If you know of other resources that should be listed, please contact us.

BOULDER OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT  - this is the Boulder County Office of Energency Management website specifically for the Marshall Fire. There are links here to websites for Superior, Louisville, and Broomfield fire specific sites, as well as other response/assistance organizations' websites, and the attached handout.

SUPERIOR MARSHALL FIRE UPDATES/RESOURCES

LOUISVILLE MARSHALL FIRE UPDATES/RESOURCES

BOULDER COUNTY MARSHALL FIRE UPDATES/RESOURCES

CITY AND COUNTY OF BROOMFIELD MARSHALL FIRE RESOURCES

COLORADO RESPONDS - there's a Marshall Fire specific site you can get to via a link on the homepage

BOULDER COUNTY DISASTER ASSISTANCE CENTER - this is the link to the Disaster Assistance Center that has been set up in Lafayette that opened January 10th, so work may still be happening to get processes and online presence completed and up and running.

OTHER RESOURCES:

After the Disaster Guidebook: Boulder County - a toolkit for communities impacted by wildfires

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