How to help Colorado’s music community affected by the Marshall fire

The Marshall Fire was the most destructive in Colorado history. The fire destroyed nearly 1,000 houses, as well as valuable instruments and music. For many musicians, these instruments are often their livelihood. Denver / Boulder area music organizations raise funds and provide assistance to those affected.

Boulder Philharmonic – The Boulder Philharmonic is raising funds for three of its musicians who lost instruments and houses in the fire. They organize a fundraiser to provide direct assistance to these musicians.

Colorado Music Festival – The Colorado Music Festival offers practice facilities, waives tuition fees, and creates its library of instruments and music for victims. They take donations to help with this effort.

Future Arts Foundation – All donations made on the FAF donations page through the end of January will be used to replace instruments lost in the Marshall fire. They also provide information on how to request a replacement if you have suffered a loss.

Spark Music Lesson Studio – Spark Music Foundation is collecting donations, props and instruments for students in the Boulder Valley School District affected by the Marshall Fire. They provide a list of necessary instruments and accessories and also accept monetary donations.

If you have been impacted and need help, a disaster assistance center is now open in Lafayette. Find more information here on boil water controls, lost and found animals, power outages, and mental health resources, as well as ways to help or donate.

If you know of other ways to help our music community during this time, please let us know. Send an email to [email protected]

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