Waldo Canyon Fire Assistance Fund
FINAL Report

Waldo Canyon Fire Assistance FundOn June 23rd, 2012, the Waldo Canyon Fire ignited, killing two people, burning 346 homes and forcing the evacuation of over 32,000 local residents in its wake.

Within days, Pikes Peak United Way was gifted with $125,000 in seed money from the El Pomar Foundation to establish and administer the Waldo Canyon Fire Assistance Fund.  It’s goal: to assist local nonprofits in meeting the immediate- and intermediate- needs of individuals and families in El Paso and Teller counties directly impacted by the fire.

In an effort to be transparent in our fiscal oversight, below are links to the 6-month Interim Report and the Final Report outlining to whom funds were allocated and how they were utilized.

Click here to view the Final Report.

Click here to view the Interim report.

Thank you to all who donated, volunteered, and provided assistance to those affected by the fire.