Friday, September 13, 2013

Foundation Creates Flood Relief Fund

Please give to Colorado Flood Disaster Relief

The Rocky Mountain United Methodist Foundation will ensure that 100% of your donations go to help the victims of the September 2013 Colorado floods.

The Rocky Mountain United Methodist Foundation is accepting donations for the Colorado Flood Disaster Relief Fund to directly benefit those affected by the floods this September 2013.

Donations are being accepted online and by mail.

Donation Link:
You may also send checks to:
Rocky Mountain United Methodist Foundation, Inc.
7350 E. Progress Pl., Suite 205
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

If you have questions, you may call the Foundation office at 303-778-6370.

In the past 48 hours, Colorado communities have experienced flooding that has resulted in thousands of evacuations, power outages and infrastructure damage, including roads and drainage systems. Many mountain towns have been evacuated or are isolated, inaccessible by road, and without power. Mudslides of up to 400 feet in Boulder County have made roads impassable and a broken dam in Larimer County has washed away some homes. It is reported that three people have lost their lives, and at least one person is missing.

“Our prayers continue to be with families and communities affected by the floods. Please join in the efforts to help those affected by donating to the fund. We will ensure that all funds raised will stay in Colorado and will be used in the communities for which they are designated,” said Kristi Kinnison, Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain United Methodist Foundation.

The Foundation is asking the public to support all rescue, recovery and relief efforts with financial donations.  Funds will be distributed without administrative fees and will serve immediate, intermediate and long-term care needs.


The Rocky Mountain United Methodist Foundation, Inc. is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Foundation is organized to support United Methodist churches and related ministries with financial services.

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