City and County of Broomfield Support

Auditorium

Furloughed workers and their immediate family are invited to attend an upcoming event at the Audi: Classical Pianist Mark Valenti on March 6, and the gallery reception for American Impressionist Cheryl St. John and showing of Loving Vincent will be March 9. (link)

Human Services

Emergency Financial Assistance - for individuals that have been furloughed and are in need of financial assistance (rent, car payment, water bill, energy bills, daycare, etc.) can contact Sharon Farrell 720.887.2257. Please call first to ensure that all necessary documents are in hand before coming in (current federal work ID, email or other correspondence from the government detailing your furlough information, and proof of residency in Broomfield County). For those workers that are paid retroactively, we do require repayment of monies to replenish the fund for future needs in the community. (link)

Additionally, here is a link to HHS Benefits information.

Library

Free printing services for those needing to communicate and/or work with their financial institutions etc. (link)
Most of the library's services are free, and staff can work with folks on printing costs as needed. 

Property Tax Payments

Individuals that don't pay their property tax via an escrow account through their mortgage company can contact our Revenue Manager, Kim Pfeifer at 303.464.5810, for additional information on making alternative plans. (link)

Recreation

Furloughed workers and their immediate family are invited to free admittance to the Paul Derda Recreation Center. Monthly pass holders can show their furlough letter to have their monthly fee waived. (link)

Workforce Center

Unemployment benefits and information (link)

Community Support

Broomfield Community Foundation

The Broomfield Community Foundation is Broomfield's leading partner, resource, and voice for philanthropy for over 20 years, amplifying the power of many to create greater impact for all. The Foundation has distributed over $2.5 million back into the local community, funding over 100 area nonprofits and awarding over $190,000 in scholarships. The Foundation's newest initiative is iGIVE365, in which members make a monthly gift of $30 or annual gift of $365. 100% of funds donated go directly to grant distribution that serve the most critical needs of our growing Broomfield community.  Members will select a recipient for an annual $10,000 Community Impact Grant.  Visit BroomfieldFoundation.org for more information or to get involved.

Community Food Share

Community Food Share’s mission is to eliminate hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties through engagement, collaboration, and leadership (link)

FISH

Food, Transportation, and Rent & Utility assistance (link)

To help support, monetary donations can be made online

A Precious Child

Select needed clothing (adults & children), books and other basic essentials from A Precious Child’s pop-up boutique at the Broomfield Show the Love event on February 16.

To help support, monetary donations can be made at Donate.APreciousChild.org