This story was co-published with The Denver Post. Susan Windisch was mid-divorce when the Marshall Fire took her Louisville home. Her insurance payout was split between her and her ex-husband, as was the money from the sale of their burned lot. She’s now living in a rental without enough to rebuild, looking “farther and farther” […]
Category: Climate Disaster Dollars & Sense: Marshall Fire Fund Up Close
In this ongoing series of articles, Boulder Reporting Lab is examining the Boulder County Wildfire Fund, which has raised more than $43 million for Marshall Fire survivors from over 80,000 donors, making it the single-largest source of disaster and recovery philanthropy for those whose lives were shattered in the most destructive wildfire in Colorado’s history.