Businesses may still apply for economic injury (loss of income) through September 2.

Small Business Administration

The deadline to file for economic injury loans through the Small Business Administration (SBA) has been extended to September 30, 2022. March 2 was the last day for Marshall Fire impacted individuals to apply for FEMA and/or SBA physical damage loans.

For more information, contact the SBA:

Community Foundation of Boulder County to distribute remaining funding raised through philanthropy.

In addition to the $8.165 million distributed for immediate relief, the Wildfire Fund is prioritizing rebuilding and the needs of the most vulnerable survivors of the Marshall Fire. It is important that we also provide wrap-around supports such as mental health and navigation of the recovery process.

The allocation of the remaining dollars of the fund are as follows:

  • Up to $20 million to support rebuilding efforts
  • Up to $2.5 million to support Unmet Basic Needs (through disaster case management)
  • Up to $750,000 for mental health supports
  • $1 million to support the establishment of recovery navigation
  • Up to $1 million to assist with smoke/ash remediation
  • Up to $500,000 for social infrastructure / community resiliency (through entities like Marshal Together, Superior Rising and/or their fiscal sponsors)
  • Up to $750,000 to support nonprofit organizations assisting with disaster response
  • Up to $2 million for debris removal (through Boulder County for underinsured / uninsured)

See the presentation given to fire survivors May 2nd, 2022 describing the next steps of the plan for the Wildfire Fund >

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