Foothills Flood Relief Fund Investments

  • $15,000 Volunteer management staffing and supplies to repair Cal-Wood Education Center, the science-based environmental education program in partnership with Boulder and Broomfield county schools.
  • $10,000 Repair of residential facilities for adults with developmental disabilities in Boulder, Longmont, and Louisville through Imagine!
  • $14,000 Mental health services vouchers for acute residents living in the mountain communities. in conjunction with Mental Health Partners.
  • $25,000 Flood insurance education and advocacy services through United Policy Holders, for homeowners and renters whose homes were damaged or destroyed committed on an as needed basis.
  • $67,000 Critical home repair for low-income families through Habitat for Humanity of Boulder Valley.
  • $15,000 Childcare for displaced families from the flood through Children’s Alley, YWCA of Boulder County.
  • $31,129 Shelter services operated by the American Red Cross at the YMCA of Boulder Valley for displaced families and flood camp for children unable to attend school due to closed facilities.
  • $1,500 Flood insurance education and advocacy services through United Policy Holders (a nonprofit consumer advocacy group) for homeowners and renters whose homes were damaged or destroyed.
  • $59,000 A Flood Recovery Community Advocate to work for one year to identify needs and connect people to resources available to community members through Town of Jamestown.
  • $120,000 Flood Recovery coordination and management for Jamestown.
  • $31,160 To select and coordinate voluntary organizations for Jamestown clean-up through Town of Jamestown for six months.
  • $8,729 Rental and deposit assistance for displaced families due to the flood at the Inn Between of Longmont.
  • $25,000 Recovery funds to licensed childcare providers impacted by the flood through the Early Childhood Council of Boulder County.
  • $10,690 Assessment of damage and losses to early childhood care providers and identification of alternative childcare options through the Early Childhood Council of Boulder County.
  • $19,500 Cooridination of volunteers and recovery efforts in in the FourMile Canyon area.
  • $5,000 Support the Food Bank at the Allenspark Old Gallery Community and Arts Center.
  • $7,000 Replace ‘File of Life’ cards for Boulder County Care Connect.
  • $75,000 in cash assistance cards to individuals and families seeking help at the Disaster Assistance Centers in Boulder and Longmont.
  • $28,500 Repair the Boulder facility to resume services to clients with disabilities affected by the flood through Center for People with Disabilities.
  • $10,000 Short term rent, mortgage and utility assistance for people affected by the flood through the OUR Center.
  • $40,000  Short term housing assistance through Boulder County, City of Boulder, and City of Longmont, in partnership with Housing Helpers.
  • $10,000  Resident grants for essential assistance including rent payment, medical bills and gas money through Canyon Cares at Coal Creek Canyon.
  • $1,440  A bi-lingual client Navigator at El Comite to assist and act as translator, advocate and guide for people affected by the flood.
  • $13,175  A volunteer coordinator to support the increased volunteer needs related to the flood crisis through Foothills United Way.
  • $50,000  Rebuilding and restoration of homes damaged by the flood through to Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley.
  • $10,000 Shelter pets of evacuated and displaced families through Humane Society of Boulder Valley.
  • $22,080 A volunteer coordinator to assess needs and deploy volunteers to assist in the community’s recovery through Town of Lyons.
  • $150,000 For Rebuilding Lyons ‘One Life at a Time’ through the Lyons Community Foundation.
  • $2,901 Emergency Warming Centers’ staff for Sept. 12- Sept. 18 though Boulder Outreach for Homeless Overflow.
  • $3,850 Overnight shelter for homeless individuals Sept 24- Sept 30. At the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless.
  • $3,250 Direct assistance for homeless individuals impacted by the flood, including vouchers for medical prescriptions, replacement of driver’s licenses and birth certificates, incidentals, and housing assistance in the form of deposits, application fees, and rentals at Bridge House.
  • $4,400 for cash assistance cards for replacement of personal items lost in the flood by homeless individuals, in partnership with Bridge House and City of Boulder.
  • $38,050 for personnel costs for the Disaster Assistance Center, a shelter caseworker for families being housed, furniture & household items, grocery store gift cards.  Emergency Family Assistance Association.
  • $10,000 to cover increased operational costs incurred as a result of sheltering animals so residents were able to safely evacuate. Longmont Humane Society.
  • $5,000 for reimbursement for the additional costs incurred while providing 1900 meals for free to the evacuees at the Memorial Building Emergency Shelter. Longmont Meals on Wheels.
  • $5,000 to replace food, office equipment and supplies destroyed by the flooding through Meals on Wheels of Boulder.
  • $5,000 to replace inventory of food used to feed evacuees and be ready with food and personal items on an ongoing basis at the Nederland Food Pantry.
  • $30,000 for additional staff time and professional case work to serve those displaced or adversely affected by the floods.  The OUR Center.
  • $4,800 A short-term coordinator to work with volunteer organizations and Town of Lyons staff to ensure disaster clean-up follows debris management guidelines and policies while providing oversight of logistical support needed by these groups.
  • $25,000 Emergency transportation on Via Mobility Services for individuals and families impacted by the storm and flooding. Free accessible, safe transportation to FEMA and other designated disaster recovery centers, employment, grocery stores, medical/therapy appointments or other locations that help people access the resources they need to stabilize their lives in the wake of the disaster.

 

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