The Trailhead Team sincerely appreciates the thoughts and well wishes we continue to receive as our community begins to find a new way forward after the Marshall Fire. We are grateful to report that our teams and families are healthy and safe.
If you or someone you know has been affected by the fires, we are here to help provide resources and assistance in any way we can. Below is information related to Marshall Fire relief.
IRS extends 2021 tax-filing deadline for those impacted by the Marshall Fire, you can find more information here: www.irs.gov/newsroom/for-colorado-wildfire-victims-irs-extends-2021-tax-filing-deadline-other-deadlines-to-may-16 (please note Trailhead Wealth Management is not a tax advisor, please discuss this with your tax advisor as to how it may impact you personally).
Impacted Individuals, Families, & Businesses:
- FEMA – local disaster assistance center Contact FEMA for Assistance with Marshall Fire Losses | FEMA.gov
- Boulder County Disaster Assistance Center – located at Boulder County Southeast County Hub – 1755 South Public Road in Lafayette. It will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week.
- Specialists from FEMA, Mental Health Partners, Boulder County Housing and Human Services, Public Health, and Community Services, insurers, pet services, and many other area government and nonprofit organizations will be available at the center.
- Boulder County is giving out cash gift cards
- The Permitting Desk is also available for anyone looking to begin the rebuilding permit process.
- Transportation to the center is available, call Via Mobility at 303-447-9636 for information
- A good starting point for FEMA assistance specific to the Marshall Fire 4634 | FEMA.gov
- Once SBA and FEMA are exhausted, other agencies begin to assist
- A Precious Child – victims may shop here free of charge for clothing and basic essentials
- 7051 W 118th Ave., Unit 1, Broomfield, CO (Mon – Fri, 9AM-5PM)
- Low interest disaster loans (including businesses and homeowners – business ownership is not a requirement) – Disaster assistance (sba.gov)
- Calvary Bible Church in Boulder and Erie have opened their parking lots for storing vehicles and possessions
Ways to give/help/donate:
- Boulder County Wildfire Fund | Community Foundation Boulder County (commfound.org)
- www.louisvillefires.com – A central location for resources including where to drop off and receive donation items, housing information, insurance claim information, as well as volunteer opportunities.
- A Precious Child – Donations needed
- 7051 W 118th Ave Unit 1 Broomfield, CO M-F 9AM-5PM
- New hygiene items, new packs of socks/underwear, blankets, towels, coats, shoes
- YMCA of Northern Colorado, accepting donations (blankets, pillows, dog & cat food) at their location: 2800 Dagny Way, Lafayette, CO 80026. Please follow their updates for what supplies are needed: https://twitter.com/YMCANOCO
- Gift cards – all types and amounts (Walmart, Home Depot, Target, Sam’s Club, Costco, Kohls, Visa, etc.)
- Known donations sites – Calvary Bible Church, Hidden Treasure 2 (Longmont), Flatirons Church
Through the uncertainty and grief of the last few days, our team has been struck by the generosity and care demonstrated by you, our clients, friends, and family. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for showing us the true meaning of community and friendship in such trying times. Please know your messages have been received and appreciated, even if we are not able to respond immediately.
*We will do our best to update this information as needed.
**Please note that we are not responsible for the information contained on the listed websites. The sites are provided to you for information purposes only.