Land Title Supports Boulder Community With Donation to Wildfire Fund
Our hearts are with our friends and neighbors impacted by the December 30, 2021 wildfires in Boulder County. The Marshall Fire claimed roughly 900 structures across 6,200 acres, displacing families and claiming businesses with its destruction. Land Title remains committed to the communities in which we work and thrive and, in this spirit, has identified a reputable fund providing immediate relief for those impacted: Boulder County Wildfire Fund by The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County.
Today, Land Title is donating $50,000 to this fund to help those in crisis.
If you would like to make a donation for those impacted by the wildfires, here is the link:
According to the fund, the donations made will go directly to Community Foundation Boulder County in partnership with Government and nonprofit organizations that are working to support the needs of the community as they emerge.
There are many ways to get involved in addition to a monetary donation, including volunteering your time, giving supplies, as well as housing those who are displaced. A full list of resources can be found here: Ways To Help
During tough times, it is remarkable how our communities – and the Land Title family – come together to help one another. We will continue to keep you abreast of other ways to help our friends in Boulder and its surrounding communities over the coming months.