$300K Raised For Residents Of Fire-Gutted Condo


There’s some light at the end of the tunnel for the Limelight Condo residents who lost their Ketchum home thanks to a blaze that gutted all of the complex’s 26 units—18 of them housing full-time residents. 

Homes, clothing, and essentials have been made available, and more than $300,000 has been raised in financial donations and gift cards, Ketchum mayor Neil Bradshaw said. 

“This incredible response is testament to our community’s love and support for their neighbors, and has provided welcome relief to the many that have been affected by this tragic event,” he added. 

The City of Ketchum asks that anybody who can offer housing, donations, or would like to make financial contributions to click the links provided below. 

  • Clothing and essential item donations: Gold Mine Thrift Store. 
  • Financial donations: Blaine County Charitable Fund. 
  • For short- or long-term housing accommodations, please contact the City of Ketchum Housing Strategist Carissa Connelly at cconnelly@ketchumidaho.org or (718)200-6055.
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