Devastating winds and fires forced residents of the newly organized Sans Souci Cooperative community in Boulder, Colorado to evacuate their homes on December 30, 2021. Some residents lost their roofs, and electric poles and trees came down throughout the park doing tremendous damage. Sans Souci's Community Service Representative Katherine Abeyta says "We are having to bring in water trucks that cost $6,000 for the weekend. We are without electricity and may be without it for a week to a week and a half." Many homeowners are un- or under-insured and in addition to the damage to their homes have suffered loss or damage to most of their belongings.
This campaign is organized by members of the cooperative known as Columinate, associated with Common Good Management which is under contract to manage the park. Disposition of funds will be made in consultation with the Board of Directors of the Sans Souci Cooperative. Priorities are restoring infrastructure and services and repairs to residences. Please give generously!