Help for NALC members affected by Marshall Fire
NALC Headquarters has been notified of one member in Colorado who lost his home due to the devastating Marshall Fire. Many other members have been displaced. They have not yet been able to return to their homes to survey any damage that their property might have suffered.
The fire started on Dec. 30 and quickly spread more than 6,000 acres, destroying homes and forcing thousands of people to evacuate. NALC has been informed that approximately 600 homes and businesses on city routes in Louisville, CO have been destroyed or are severely damaged. In Boulder, CO, at least two city routes have been affected, with the extent of the damage still being uncovered.
Have you suffered damage?
If you are an NALC member who has suffered damage from this devastating wildfire, the NALC Disaster Relief Foundation can help. Submit this form to apply for a relief grant.
The NALC Disaster Relief Foundation relies on donations so that we can continue to help our brothers and sisters who are affected by natural disasters like these. One hundred percent of donations from NALC members go directly to assist NALC members affected by natural disasters. If you would like to make a contribution, visit nalc.org/disaster.
Donations can be mailed to:
NALC Disaster Relief Foundation
100 Indiana Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20001-2144