Marshall Fire victims have until March 31 to apply for financial assistance from Boulder County.

According to a news release from the county, anyone who falls under the following categories may qualify for assistance:

  • Has a home that was destroyed or damaged in the fire,
  • Was a renter or homeowner that was displaced due to ash or smoke contamination,
  • Was forced to evacuate,
  • Lost the ability to work,
  • Lost tools of the trade, excluding computers or computer equipment,
  • Has a home that is uninhabitable due to smoke, ash, or other hazardous conditions caused by the fire,
  • Or has a small business that was destroyed or damaged, including home businesses.

Boulder County has been helping Community Foundation Boulder County and Elevations Credit Union with organizing these financial assistance categories, and urges anyone who falls into these categories to apply.

Applications may be submitted until March 31, and will be processed by Boulder County. Afterwards, applicants who qualify for financial assistance will be contacted by text message or phone call within seven days after submitting the application to pick up the funds. The county will distribute any applicable financial assistance through April 22.

For application assistance in other languages, email HHSMarshallFire@bouldercounty.org. According to the county, financial assistance will be available for all qualifying households.

Additional opportunities for those affected by the Marshall Fire to receive financial assistance will be announced in the coming weeks.

For more information on current eligibility requirements, and to apply for assistance, please visit boco.org/MarshallFireAssistance.

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Marshall Fire victims have until March 31 to apply for financial assistance from Boulder County.

According to a news release from the county, anyone who falls under the following categories may qualify for assistance:

  • Has a home that was destroyed or damaged in the fire,
  • Was a renter or homeowner that was displaced due to ash or smoke contamination,
  • Was forced to evacuate,
  • Lost the ability to work,
  • Lost tools of the trade, excluding computers or computer equipment,
  • Has a home that is uninhabitable due to smoke, ash, or other hazardous conditions caused by the fire,
  • Or has a small business that was destroyed or damaged, including home businesses.

Boulder County has been helping Community Foundation Boulder County and Elevations Credit Union with organizing these financial assistance categories, and urges anyone who falls into these categories to apply.

Applications may be submitted until March 31, and will be processed by Boulder County. Afterwards, applicants who qualify for financial assistance will be contacted by text message or phone call within seven days after submitting the application to pick up the funds. The county will distribute any applicable financial assistance through April 22.

For application assistance in other languages, email HHSMarshallFire@bouldercounty.org. According to the county, financial assistance will be available for all qualifying households.

Additional opportunities for those affected by the Marshall Fire to receive financial assistance will be announced in the coming weeks.

For more information on current eligibility requirements, and to apply for assistance, please visit boco.org/MarshallFireAssistance.

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