Federal and postal employees who are hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy will be able to get disaster grants of up to $500, the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund announced this morning.
FEEA said employees who need help can download a disaster relief application here, since phone lines will likely be jammed or down. Feds who have suffered the most serious damage or hardships will get priority, FEEA said.
FEEA is a nonprofit organization funded in part by Combined Federal Campaign donations. But the group said its funds have been depleted significantly since it provided more than $80,000 in grants and no-interest loans to almost 600 feds after Hurricane Issac, and it is soliciting more donations.
l rae Says:
October 29th, 2012 at 11:18 am
That will be helpful. I don’t remember this being announced for the folks who were devestated by storms past in the south????
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October 29th, 2012 at 12:04 pm
[...] Education and Assistance Fund just responded to some questions I had about the state of their disaster relief finances, and the outlook is not [...]