National Credit Union Foundation raising funds for Colorado flood relief

Heather Draper
Reporter-Denver Business Journal

The National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) has activated its online disaster relief system to raise money for credit union members who have experienced losses from the Colorado floods.

Credit union supporters in every state can make donations through a secured website,, which accepts credit cards and wire transfers.

NCUF Activates Disaster Relief to Aid Colorado Flood Victims

Peter Strozniak

Credit Union Times

The National Credit Union Foundation in Madison, Wis., activated on Tuesday its online disaster relief system,, to raise money for victims of last week's epic floods in Colorado. The foundation said it estimated more than 10,000 credit union employees, volunteers and members may need some type of assistance.

Colorado delegation introduces legislation to remove cap on federal flood relief funding

Marc Stewart
7 News - Colorado

BOULDER - As the federal government faces a possible shutdown, Colorado's delegation is introducing a plan to remove the cap on disaster relief related to the flooding.

Representative Cory Gardner, a Republican representing Colorado's 4th district, is part of the bi-partisan effort to get additional funding for public infrastructure repairs. His district includes several of the northern and eastern counties that suffered flood damage, including Weld, Morgan, Logan and parts of Boulder.

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