The Fourmile Canyon Fire of 2010 has been a catalyst for change in the mountain communities west of Boulder. Now more than ever, mountain communities are closer to one another, recognizing how much support we can offer each other in the wake of a disaster.
Through our focus on long term recovery after the Fourmile Canyon Fire, Foothills United Way acknowledges the importance of taking a leadership role and establishing presence in our mountain communities. In addition to working on disaster preparedness and recovery, our organization intends to stay true to our mission by breaking down the barriers that keep mountain residents from accessing human service resources.
Boulder Mountain Resources aims to foster a relationship of advocacy and action between Foothills United Way, local government agencies, non-profits, and residents of our mountain areas.
In order to help facilitate our presence in the mountains, we have hired long time mountain resident Amy Hardy as Mountain Resource Coordinator. Please don’t hesitate to contact Amy with any questions or comments at email@example.com.