- Foster a culture of emergency preparedness in our community to enable our neighbors to adequately respond to any kind of major disaster or crisis in the future.
- Strengthen the network of safety-net agencies prepared to immediately serve individuals and families affected by natural and manmade disasters or crises.
- Provide appropriate public support during disaster by coordinating with emergency management, philanthropic groups, governmental agencies and the non-profit community.
- Strengthen the existing network of agencies that promotes resilience to community stressors in the most vulnerable areas throughout Boulder and Broomfield counties.
- Serve as a local and national information resource for community development foundations and non-profits with regard to strengthening community resilience.
Amy Hardy, a long-time mountain resident, is the Director of Community Resilience for Foothills United Way. Please don’t hesitate to contact Amy with any questions or comments at Amy.Hardy@unitedwayfoothills.org
Mental Health Assistance for those affected by the 2013 flooding