Marshall Together is incorporated and is now a non-profit!🎉 We're excited to continue to share what the team is working on. If you're interested in joining us and volunteering any of your limited time, we'd love to have you.
We hope to send you a weekly digest like this one each week. Let us know what you'd like to see included!
Here is a short list of the work being done:
Understanding the underinsurance issue and surfacing the concerns with legal and press. If you haven't completed the Marshall Together survey, please do so here
Identifying neighborhood captains for nearly all neighborhoods affected in UBC, Superior, and Louisville
Connecting with local organizations that are raising funds on behalf of Marshall Fire survivors to understand how funds are being allocated
Participating in the long term recovery groupin representing Marshall Fire survivors and the issues we're hearing from you
Requesting relevant informational events to help clarify information (we're working on a debris removal webinar and a session about the SBA/FEMA deadlines next week)
Being in a declared disaster area, you may be eligible for financial assistance from the SBA. For more questions, contact email@example.com. If you aren't sure that you'll take it if you're approved, you have 60 days to accept the loan. Applying does not commit you to taking the loan.