Here is the link to the Broomfield VOAD Bylaws.


Broomfield VOAD and our Participant organizations have agreed to abide by the National VOAD Points of Consensus, a copy of which is available here.


In the fall of 2019, we hosted two community information meetings. The link to our Power Point presentation can be found here.


What kinds of emergencies does the VOAD respond to?

The VOAD waits for direction from the City & County Emergency Response Team before deploying. We may respond to:
• Structure or wild grass fire
• Ongoing power outages
• Active shooter
• Snowstorm or blizzard or wind
• Pandemic or epidemic
• Infrastructure failure
• Hazardous material release


What does the VOAD do?

• Organize and deploy volunteers to help in emergencies and service activities
• Assist in collecting and distributing goods and clothing to citizens in need
• Assist to distribute money when all other avenues have been exhausted
• Assist in coordinating long term relief efforts
• Mitigates the emergency within the emergency


What the VOAD does not do:

• We are NOT first responders
• We are not a 501(c)(3)
• We are not a government agency, but we coordinate with the City & County
• We do not deliver services, but instead connect participant organizations to help disaster survivors in the Broomfield community


Broomfield VOAD Organization Chart

Broomfield VOAD Advisory Committee

Karen Steele, Chairperson
Dave Little, Discovery Church, Co-Chairperson
Courtney Wickberg, A Precious Child, Secretary

Members At Large
Kathy Escobar, The Refuge
Teryl Fabry, Senior Resources of Broomfield
Jax Jaramillo, Membership Committee
Ron Lampo
Sarah Little, Discovery Church
Mike Lutz, Broomfield FISH
Carina Martin, A Precious Child
Dayna Scott, Broomfield FISH
Dion West, Broomfield Community Foundation
Mike Young, Colorado Preparedness Educational Network