Disaster Relief





  Page 1 of 3  

Article

The following health and wellness resources are available to those impacted by Hurricane Florence.

Article

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declared a major disaster for the state of Florida on September 10, 2017, opening the way for the use of federal disaster funds for people affected by Hurricane Irma. Assistance is available to individuals and households in the following counties who may have experienced a loss due to this disaster.

Article

The U.S. Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) is reminding rail employees out of work due to Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath that they may qualify for unemployment benefits. To determine eligibility or file claims for benefits, affected railroaders should call the RRB’s toll-free telephone number (1-877-772-5772) or visit the Unemployment benefits webpage.

Article

Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa has directed international union staff to provide all necessary support to members impacted by Hurricane Harvey and the resulting floods. Robert Mele, Joint Council 58 President and Local 988 President, is assessing the best ways for the Teamsters Disaster Relief Fund to support members and retirees affected by this unprecedented storm. Local 988 is setting up a staging area for supplies at the union hall and will be providing meals to affected members and r

Article

On behalf of General President Hoffa, we would like to request your assistance to aid Teamster members in your area that have suffered a loss. We recognize the devastation in your area and, although our funds are limited, would like to help as many people as possible.

Article

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has declared a major disaster for the state of Mississippi opening the way for the use of federal disaster funds for people affected by the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that occurred January 20-21, 2017. Assistance is available to individuals and households in the following counties who may have experienced a loss due to this disaster.

Article

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has declared a major disaster for the state of South Carolina opening the way for the use of federal disaster funds for people affected by Hurrican Matthew for the incident period of October 4, 2016, and continuing. Assistance is available to individuals and households in the following counties who may have experienced a loss due to this disaster.

Article

FEMA has updated the list of counties affected by Hurrican Matthew in the state of North Carolina. The complete list of counties affected as of October 17, 2016 is as follows.


  Page 1 of 3