With over 991 structures destroyed and an additional 129 damaged by the Marshall Fire, the need to help displaced families find temporary housing, buy basic items like food and clothing, and begin the slow process of rebuilding their lives couldn’t be more acute. As is so often the case, God’s people are deeply engaged in compassionately meeting these needs.
Working through Denver Seminary alumni whose ministries are serving families affected by the fire, we would like to provide financial assistance to help these families. To that end we have established the Marshall Fire Compassion Fund. 100% of gifts received for this fund will be transferred to our alumni partners to help families in need. In addition, the Seminary is committed to matching the first $10,000 given to the fund.
Please take a moment to consider making a gift to this emergency relief fund to help those affected by the fire.