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Resources for Families and Businesses Impacted by the Marshall Fire

There are a number of ways to show support and provide outreach safely to those affected by the destructive Marshall Fire. The fire torched nearly 1,000 homes in the southeastern part of Boulder County on December 30, including in Louisville and Superior.

Colorado Asian community organizations are here to help!

If you have been impacted by the fire and have any questions or need support, please contact the Asian Pacific Development Center at


Out Boulder County has launched a Marshall Fire Direct Aid Fund to provide financial support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people who have been directly impacted by the 2021 Marshall Wildfire. This is a one-time program and is intended to complement other disaster response resources. The primary purpose of this program is to quickly provide affected LGBTQ+ community members and their families with financial assistance. You can also recommend LGBTQ+ community members you know who have been impacted by the fire. If you have been impacted, please apply here.

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성소수자(LGBTQ+) 커뮤니티를 위한 마셜화재직접원조

Additional resources are below:

  • Boulder County's Disaster Assistance CenterFor people who lost homes in or were displaced by the Marshall Fire, the Boulder County Disaster Assistance Center will provide services including: consultation on property loss and filing claims for assistance, gift cards for replacement of food and transportation costs, information about short- and long-term housing, help with vital records, referrals to emergency shelter, food assistance, mental health services, COVID-19 tests, transportation vouchers, and referrals for personal finance planning.

  • Boulder County Wildfire Fund by The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County |

  • American Red Cross | To donate to the fire relief efforts, text REDCROSS to 90999, call 1-800-HELP-NOW or go to

  • Airbnb Donations | The Boulder Office of Emergency Management is asking owners of vacation rentals who are interested in providing shelter to displaced families to go online to be vetted through Airbnb. |

  • Sister Carmen Community Center |

  • Salvation Army | To donate to the Marshall Fire relief efforts visit or text FIRERELIEF to 51555. To mail a check, please send to: The Salvation Army Intermountain Division, PO Box 2369, Denver, CO 80201-2369.

  • Colorado Responds | Sign up to learn how best to help individuals impacted by the Boulder County Fire. |

  • Boulder Fire Relief through JEWISHcolorado |

  • Colorado Fraternal Order of Police – Colorado Police Officers Foundation | The Colorado Fraternal Order of Police’s Colorado Police Officers Foundation will help the families of Boulder County police officers who lost their homes to the fire. |

  • Human Society of Boulder Valley | Emergency Safety Net Fund |

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