12/01/2022 – Applications are Open
Click on the link below, or scan the QR code, to go to our grant application portal. From there, you can access any open application. You will have to create an account to apply. If you need assistance with the process, please call 406-446-2820
The Carbon County Disaster Relief Fund application is open for individual homeowners & long-term rental property owners
An estimated $300K is available to be granted in this first round.
Additional rounds of funding will be available.
Application process begins: December 1st, 2022
Donating to the “Carbon County Disaster Relief Fund,” will help support emergency management and disaster relief in Carbon County. Your donation will provide direct, local financial support to help meet the most immediate needs of individuals and the agencies serving those affected by this disaster.
Every community, Fromberg, Edgar, Luther, Joliet, Roberts, Bridger, Belfry, Roscoe and Red Lodge has been affected by the flooding on Rock Creek, the Clarks Fork River, and many irrigation ditches. Loss of bridges, roads, homes, personal items, water, power, internet, and business closures is just part of what we are experiencing. As our communities work hard to stabilize the immediate flooding impacts and shift into recovery efforts, the need for financial resources is critical.
There are many ways you can lend a hand during this time.
Donate: Your donation will provide direct, local financial support to help meet the most immediate needs of individuals and the agencies serving those affected by this disaster.
Your generosity will help reassure people that financial support will be available to help them during this time of crisis. Donate today and Bank of Red Lodge, 100 years strong, will match your donation, dollar for dollar, up to $25K.
Donation of Goods: Donations of goods can be coordinated by the American Red Cross by calling Andrew Harper at 406-320-2229.
Volunteer: We need your time too. Please consider Volunteering to provide assistance for the Carbon County Flood disaster. Register online at carbonalert.org or give us a call at 406-445-7258.