Marshall Fire Resources

On Dec. 30th, 2021, the most destructive fire in Colorado history, the Marshall Fire, burned through more than 6,000 acres of land in less than 24 hours destroying 1,084 homes and residential structures in Boulder County. One human has been reported dead and one still missing. While many domestic animals who were displaced by the fires have been reunited with their families, many others including wildlife have died. If you are affected by these fires, or if you wish to help in the relief efforts, please find some resources and volunteer links here.

Local Resources:

Boulder County –


The City of Louisville –

The Town of Superior –

The City & County of Broomfield –

State Assistance:

Disaster Unemployment Assistance –

Senator Hickenlooper recently sent out an email with many of these helpful links, including a contact for help with replacing government documents such as passports, social security cards, birth certificates, and COVID-19 vaccination cards. You can call their Denver office at 303-244-2628 or email:

Federal Assistance:





There are other organizations and lots of individuals seeking donations at this time, so please consider looking into more options as well, but this is the most local and immediately engaged organization that I am currently aware of.


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