Mora Wild Fire Assistance

 

Hermits Peak / Calf Creek Fire

How Mora Valley is working toward recovery…

Mora Creative Council partnered with Mora Head Start (MISD) to directly support community members in Mora county by providing food and essential boxes to community members who remained at home during this difficult situation. A daily count of over 500+ care packages was distributed daily. Distribution site was at the Mora Head-start, hours were from Monday – Saturday 9:30-5:00. Non-perishable packages for families, drinking water, as well as cleaning supplies, hygiene products, pet supplies and more. The distribution site’s last day was Friday June 17th.

NEW DISTRIBUTION DATE: July 1st from 9:00-11:00 (or as supplies last).

Our 501(c)3 nonprofit has collected donations to help the community members in Mora and surrounding areas. Donations will be used in various ways for those who stayed behind and are returning. 100% of these donations are tax deductible. You can donate directly to the link at the top of the page, or the Go Fund Me page.

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Funded through donations from REALTORS® and REALTOR® organizations and administered by the New Mexico Association of REALTORS® and the REALTOR® Relief Foundation, the grant will provide eligible applicants up to $2,000 of assistance per household impacted by the recent fires. Funding is available on a first-come, first-served basis to qualified applicants, victims of the New Mexico wildfires who have been displaced from their primary residence, based upon certain qualifications. The funds must be used for one of the following:

  • Monthly mortgage expense for the primary residence that was damaged by the wildfire disaster; or
  • Rental cost due to displacement from the primary residence resulting from the wildfire disaster.
  • Hotel reimbursements for displacement due to damages to primary residence

Click on the link for grant details and access to the Application.  Application requests will be accepted until all funds have been distributed or until August 31st, 2022. A panel of local professionals will review and verify the applications and supporting documents with relief checks issued as quickly as possible.

FEMA assistance for NM Calf Fire

Mora Creative Council just received a check for $8,240 as a result of the T-shirt fundraiser designed by Mora community member, Trey Sprinkle. A portion of the funds will be sent to Ocate to help with the Cook’s Peak fire and the rest will help our Mora fire victims. We are grateful for the effort and will ensure the funds are used to help our community in the best way possible. Thank you to everyone who purchased shirts. Please wear them with Mora Pride!

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