JANUARY 2022 | ISSUE NO.13
Imagine giving a warm scene to those who have lost their homes.
Dear Friends and Clients,I genuinely wish you all a Happy New Year! This newsletter can’t be written without talking about the tragedy of the Marshall Fire that occurred right before the New Year and how we can help the victims. As many of you know, the devastating impact of Marshall Fire caused structural losses upwards of 1,000 homes and businesses, leaving thousands suddenly homeless. We’re pooling our energies together with a few helpful resources and I have a special ask of you all this month in light of this disaster. All I ask is that you reach from your heart–with a gift of regeneration and a feeling of hope–and join me in giving to those who’ve lost their homes in the fire. Simply forwarding and sharing this newsletter with someone affected makes a big impact.
Here’s what I can personally do to help
- We have access to a carriage house owned by our neighbor in Old Town Longmont that is available from January 18 through March 11, and free again from March 25th on, for a long-term rental. The rental would be best for a couple. The listing can be found on Instagram only at @mytandemhouse. Please let me know by replying to this newsletter if you know someone who might need this carriage house rental.
- We’re collecting clothing, toys, and books for small children. Please reply to this newsletter if you know anyone with children who needs these items.
- Our realtor, Eli Kalen with Porch Light Real Estate Group, is working to help us find rentals for friends and those affected by the fire. He is a very personable, knowledgeable, and a caring realtor who helped us buy a house last year. Please reply to this newsletter if you know someone looking for a rental home or you may reach Eli directly at (303) 775-3962.
Here’s what you and I can do
- Becoming a temporary Airbnb host is a great way to help those who have lost their homes. HERE’S HOW
- The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County is the best place to give monetary funds. This fund supports the Boulder County Wildfire Fund through Colorado Gives, the leading resource for individuals and agencies seeking immediate help in the face of disaster. DONATE HERE
- For other ways to donate, volunteer, or more, during times of crisis in your community and across the state of Colorado. VOLUNTEER HERE
- The YMCA of Northern Colorado will typically accept donations (blankets, pillows, dog and cat food) at their location at 2800 Dagny Way in Lafayette. At the time of writing, food and clothing donations have reached the maximum limit. Please check with the YMCA before donating. YMCA CONTACT HERE
Information to those who have been directly impacted
- List of services for those affected:GET A FREE MEAL Leaf Restaurant and Chautauqua Dining Hall are offering free meals to those who have lost their homes: Leaf Vegetarian Restaurant 1710 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302 Chautauqua Dining Hall 900 Baseline Road Boulder, CO 80302 If you need to talk to someone: Contact the Colorado Crisis Services to connect to a professional counselor. (844) 493-8255 You can also text “talk” to 38255 to reach someone who can help connect you to a professional counselor. Or contact imattercolorado.org, Mental Health Partners of Boulder (303) 443-8500 If you need emergency assistance of any kind (including unemployment, support from FEMA, working with your insurance company if you’ve lost paperwork, etc.), please go to this Unified Assistance Center, which officials are calling the One-Stop-Shop center located at: Boulder County Building Lafayette 1755 S. Public Road Lafayette, CO 80026 9am-7pm Summary of Wildfire Emergency Information HERE (By Topic)
Please reply or share this newsletter to help.
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