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The Marshall Fire last week in Boulder County, Colo., left thousands of people displaced, at least two people missing and more than 1,000 homes and business destroyed. Credit unions in and around the area have been stepping up efforts to collect, donate and distribute money to help those impacted by the fire to rebuild their lives.

Elevations Credit Union, Canvas Credit Union, Credit Union of Colorado, Westerra Credit Union, Ent Credit Union and many others have been collecting donations or providing emergency financial relief, or a combination of both, for people who found their lives caught in the path of the 6,026-acre fire on Dec. 30.

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