Marshall ROC is a coalition of community organizations, funders, and government agencies bound together by a common interest: Helping our neighbors, particularly those who are most in need. Marshall ROC is led by its members, who are a dedicated community of volunteers and organizations, in collaboration with government representatives. Many organizations in the surrounding communities offered their help after the Marshall Fire. Coordinating these efforts is challenging, but important. Marshall ROC is structured as a Long Term Recovery Group (LTRG), which is a nationally recognized, tried-and-true method for coordinating limited money, muscle, and materials among multiple organizations, on behalf of individuals and communities impacted by disaster.
The Marshall ROC Mission – Restoring Our Community
The mission of Marshall ROC is to support and empower individuals and households affected by the Marshall Fire and Windstorm to lead their own recoveries by identifying needs and coordinating assistance on their behalf. Marshall ROC is a collaborative coalition of existing agencies and all Marshall ROC related services are provided without regard to race, creed, color, gender, disability, religious or political affiliation, documentation status, or sexual orientation.
February 14, 2024
The Salvation Army Announces $100,000 Grant to Marshall ROC for Marshall Fire & Windstorm Recovery Efforts
(DENVER, COLORADO) – The Salvation Army Intermountain Division has directed $100,000 in emergency disaster funding to Marshall ROC – Restoring Our Community to benefit survivors of the December 2021 Marshall Fire and Windstorm. The fast-moving wildfire, fueled by extreme winds, swept through the City of Louisville, the Town of Superior, and unincorporated Boulder County, ultimately destroying more than 1,100 homes, 30 commercial structures and damaging thousands of additional homes and businesses. More >
November 21, 2023
‘It’s been a long haul’: Mental health part of rebuild for Marshall Fire survivors
Nearly two years after the Marshall Fire, many families haven’t returned home. Those who have are struggling, too.