Project CO #6: Thank You

CO mountains

Thank you to All Hands Volunteers (AHV) Project Colorado leaders for your passion and dedication. Thank you for the generosity of friends and family who have supported my AHV CO venture either through financial contributions or moral support.

all hands sq logoAs learned in Haiti and El Salvador, partnerships are the key to helping families recover and communities rebuild.

The success of Project CO is the partnership between AHV and Habitat for Humanity (HFH) CO.

HFH-CO-logo_newWith the close of AHV Project CO, HFH CO will carry forward the rebuilding.

Please visit their website to learn how you can get involved (click icon.)

For those interested learning more about the 2013 CO, below are resources and statistics on the flood damage and the rebuilding efforts.

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Please stay tuned for updates as I apply lessons learned in CO to our AIA WI disaster assistance and response partnership with Wisconsin Emergency Management.

The Pediment Group has published a book called “A Thousand Year Rain.”

100 yr rn coverThe Daily Camera, the Estes Park Trail Gazette, the Reporter-Herald and the Times-Call are proud to present this hardcover pictorial book that captures the devastation of the massive flooding that swept across Boulder and Larimer counties.

5% of all sales will be donated to the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado & the Foothills Flood Relief Fund for Boulder and Broomfield Counties.

Boulder CO flood 2013: Facts

Deaths:                                                 4

People unaccounted for:                       0

Homes destroyed:                                 345

Homes damaged:                                  557

Commercial properties damaged:           33

Commercial properties destroyed:           3

Total properties assessed:                     5,592

People evacuated by air:                       1,102

People evacuated by road:                    707

Miles of county roads damaged: Approximately 150

Cost to replace damaged county roads: $100 million to $150 million

Source: Boulder County Office of Emergency Management







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