Neighbors Together promotes neighborly outreach to those in our community affected by the Marshall fire. We aim to provide support for mental, emotional, physical, and financial challenges to help create thriving communities.
Neighbors Together was formed by a group of community members that were inspired to reach out to those impacted by the Marshall Fire. We want our neighbors to know that we await their return. We would like to ease their challenges and provide support in meaningful ways.
The Blue Ribbon
We have selected a blue ribbon as a symbol of care and compassion for our displaced neighbors. Blue ribbons tied on trees or other visible locations in our affected communities represent how deeply we feel for those who are facing so many unexpected obstacles. These blue ribbons express healing and hope as we look forward to the day that we can welcome our neighbors home.
"Deep human connection is... the purpose and the result of a meaningful life - and it will inspire the most amazing acts of love, generosity, and humanity."
- Melinda Gates
Who We Are
"Making meaningful connections"
Marshall Fire Relief
***Click the link above to find an updated list of resources
For more information about the signs please text or call Sharon Reese: 303-995-8060
How We Plan to Help
Our goal is to connect people with fellow neighbors who are willing to lend a helping hand. We want to pair neighbors looking for assistance with other neighbors who are eager to help. We have created two different sign up forms; one is for individuals looking for support and the other is for individuals who may be able to provide the support. We also want to raise community awareness through fundraisers and other events.
You can use our google forms below, or you can download the pdf and email us a picture of it filled out or mail it to the address on the pdf.