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Anyone who lost wages or tools of their trade due to the Marshall Fire may now be eligible for Wildfire Fund financial help via partnership between Boulder County and Community Foundation Boulder County

Apply online for Financial Assistance by visiting, where an online application will be available along with more detail on the funding and how to qualify for it. Those who are determined eligible to receive this assistance will be contacted via text message or phone call within seven days from the date of application to pick up the funds.

“Tens of thousands of people have entrusted the Community Foundation Boulder County to support those that need it most in the wake of the Marshall and Middle Fork Fires. We have been working quickly to bring immediate relief to those affected while also collaborating closely with our government and community partners to understand the short- and long-term needs of those affected,” said Community Foundation Boulder County CEO Tatiana Hernandez. “Apart from the $5.5 million we have already distributed to over a thousand individuals and families with damaged or destroyed homes, we have also seen an important gap to fill for those who lost their livelihoods due to business closure or destruction. We are immediately disbursing an additional $1.5 million in direct assistance for those who lost wages or tools of the trade from various industries, such as plumbers, mechanics, electricians, healthcare workers, teachers, and service workers.”

Financial donations are still being sought through Community Foundation Boulder County’s Wildfire Fund at to help Marshall Fire survivors.

Small Business Administration Loans

The Small Business Administration offers disaster assistance in the form of low interest loans to businesses, nonprofit organizations, homeowners, and renters located in regions affected by declared disasters. SBA also provides eligible small businesses and nonprofit organizations with working capital to help overcome the economic injury of a declared disaster.

Other Business Assistance Resources

Marshall Fire Resources | Superior Chamber of Commerce
Learn how we can help your businesses in response to the devastating Marshall Fire.

Unemployment For Employees & Self-Employed Workers
Disaster Unemployment Applications are due February 3, 2022. Find assistance for those who become unemployed or those who are self-employed and had work interrupted as a direct result of the Marshall Fire here.

Learn where the funding from the Community Foundation Boulder County is being distributed,