Updated flood recovery resources for the Aug. 5 flood

Here’s updated info about flood recovery resources for the Aug. 5 flood. All of this info and more is available at http://ready.nola.gov/incident/august-flood/recovery/. I’ll be at Friday’s Latino Forum meeting, so I can go over this in person as well. Thanks!

SBA Disaster Loans Available for Businesses and Residents

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will offer low-interest federal disaster loans to businesses of all sizes, most private nonprofit organizations, homeowners, and renters whose property was damaged or destroyed by torrential rainfall and flooding on Aug. 5.

For small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and most private nonprofit organizations of any size, SBA offers Economic Injury Disaster Loans to help meet working capital needs caused by the disaster. Economic injury assistance is available regardless of whether the business suffered any property damage. Disaster loans up to $200,000 are available to homeowners to repair or replace damaged or destroyed real estate. Homeowners and renters are eligible for up to $40,000 to repair or replace damaged or destroyed personal property, including vehicles.

Applicants can apply online, receive additional disaster assistance information and download applications at https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela. Applicants can also call SBA’s Customer Service Center at (800) 659-2955or email disastercustomerservice@sba.gov for more information on SBA disaster assistance. Individuals who are deaf or hard‑of‑hearing may call (800) 877-8339. The filing deadline to return applications for property damage is Oct. 23, 2017. The deadline to return economic injury applications is May 22, 2018. ​

Read the Disaster Loan Fact Sheet

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Disaster Loan Outreach Center

Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 23 through Thursday, Sep. 14, SBA representatives will be on hand at the Disaster Loan Outreach Center to answer questions about SBA’s disaster loan program, explain the application process and help each individual complete their application. The center will be open on the days and times indicated below. No appointment is necessary.

MID-CITY LIBRARY, SECOND FLOOR

4140 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70119
Mondays – Thursdays, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Fridays, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed Tuesday, Aug. 29 due to severe weather and Monday, Sep. 4 for Labor Day

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Assistance for Residents and Volunteer Opportunities Available

Community organizations are our partners in preparedness and response. Link with them directly for more info on volunteer opportunities and available assistance.

American Red Cross

504-620-3105
The Red Cross continues to work closely with local officials and partners to provide support to those affected by flooding in New Orleans this past weekend. Currently, the Red Cross is coordinating with local government to assist with damage assessment, as well as providing cleaning kits and recovery planning support to affected individuals and families. Contact the American Red Cross at 504-620-3105.

Cajun Army

www.thecajunarmy.com
If you need assistance with cleanup, sign up on the website or call Windy at 504-982-6333.

Louisiana Civil Justice Center

www.laciviljustice.org504-355-0970
The Louisiana Civil Justice Center is a non-profit that provides civil legal assistance for low-income, elderly, and disaster-affected residents of Louisiana through a toll-free hotline, court-based help desks, and community legal clinics. The Louisiana Civil Justice Center can help survivors of the August 2017 flooding who need legal advice. Callers may take advantage of free legal counseling via a toll-free hotline. Counseling is offered on the following legal issues: insurance claims, landlord-tenant issues, home-repair contracts, consumer-protection matters, and replacement of legal documents destroyed in the storm.

LSU AgCenter

www.lsuagcenter.com, 504-658-2900
LSU AgCenter can provide information on flood recovery, mold, hurricane preparation, and other relevant information.

NOLA Tree Project

504-415-8434
connie@nolatreeproject.org
NOLA Tree Project can coordinate volunteers, tools, and cleaning supplies to help with cleanup activities. Contact them for volunteer opportunities or to request assistance.

Rebuilding Together New Orleans

504-581-7032
Rebuilding Together New Orleans, a program of the PRC, helps homeowners with critical home repair services by utilizing volunteers. If your home received damage and you need help, contact the intake department at 504-581-7032. If you want to help, contact Volunteer Manager Kat at 504-636-3075or kschweitzer@prcno.org.

SBP

SBP can help homeowners whose homes were impacted by the flooding. Volunteers can assist with gutting and mold remediation. Contact Judy at JMartens@SBPUSA.org for volunteer opportunities. Homeowners in need of assistance should contact the client services department at 504-644-4639. SBP provides free resources (mold remediation, basic insurance guide, avoiding contractor fraud) for residents affected by disasters. These guides can all be accessed and downloaded from http://sbpusa.org/start-here/.

Southeast Louisiana Legal Services

504-529-1000 x223
Southeast Louisiana Legal Services can provide legal assistance to tenants who are being evicted or who are being asked to pay for repairs by their landlords due to flooding. Go to their office at 1010 Commons Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 9-3 and bring proof of income, lease, and any other important documents.

If your organization is accepting volunteers or offering services for residents affected by flooding and would like to be listed here, email lamellem@nola.gov.

 

Laura A. Mellem

Public Engagement Manager, NOLA Ready

New Orleans Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness

1300 Perdido Street  |  Suite 9W03  |  New Orleans, LA 70112

lamellem@nola.gov  |  504-658-8744  (o)  |  504-940-4061 (m)  |  ready.nola.gov

 

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Verbo of Louisiana: Ayudar la ciudad de Houston

Amada familia;

Nuestro corazón está con nuestros hermanos y con la población en general de la ciudad de Houston y otras ciudades que han sido inundadas por las lluvias del huracán Harvey, hay perdidas de vidas, muchas  casas inundadas con perdida general de todo. Recordando lo que vivimos en New Orleans 12 años atrás con el huracán Katrina y quienes fueron los que dieron la mano, dándonos sus casas y permitiéndonos vivir en esa ciudad por un largo tiempo, pedimos sus oraciones para que nuestro Dios y Señor extienda misericordia en esta catástrofe natural, ponga en nuestros corazones el ayudar con ropa en general, alimentos preferiblemente en lata, juguetes, material educativo para niños y otros que ustedes crean sean útiles en este momento.

Nos unimos con la nueva emisora radial en la ciudad de Kenner “La calle 97.9 FM”, con otras iglesias y negocios en general que quieren apoyar esta causa y desde el día de ayer hay un trailer que se esta llenando con todo lo que la gente trae para ser llevado lo antes posible a Houston. Favor lleve sus donaciones a este lugar 2002 20th. Street Suite B-203 Kenner, LA 70062

             Nuestra de solidaridad ayudara a mitigar un poco el dolor y que así como New Orleans se ha levantado con ayuda y solidaridad del pueblo americano, la ciudad de Houston se levantará con la ayuda de Dios y con nuestra colaboración.

Dios les bendiga grandemente,

 

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“Jehová te bendiga y te guarde, Jehová haga resplandecer  su rostro sobre ti y tenga de ti misericordia,  

Jehová alce sobre ti su rostro y ponga en ti paz.”  (Números 6: 24-24) 

  José M. Rodríguez 

 

2601 Florida Ave. Kenner, LA. 70062

Phone: (504) 466-0095/8810    Fax: (504) 466-0144

E-mail: vno@verboneworleans.org    Page: www.verboneworleans.org

facebook.com/neworleans                                           

twiter.com/verboneworleans 

 

City- Assisted Evacuation Drill

Hurricane season is approaching… join us for this year’s City-Assisted Evacuation drill!

 

We’re neighbors helping neighbors- we can all get out safely with the power of us!

 

Evacuteer.org is a nonprofit organization based in New Orleans that recruits and trains volunteers to provide hurricane preparedness and City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) information to the community. Our Evacuation Volunteers (“Evacuteers”) also help facilitate the CAE in the case of a mandatory evacuation.

 

Every year, we work with the New Orleans Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (NOHSEP) and other partner agencies to conduct a drill of the City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) plan. This year we’re all very excited to partner with the University of New Orleans Center for Hazards Assessment, Response and Technology (UNO-CHART) to simulate New Orleans’ first full-scale exercise of CAE- and we need YOU! We are working to recruit hundreds of volunteers to participate in this exercise, role-playing as both Evacuteers and evacuees. The more volunteers we have, the better able we are to test these systems in advance of a real-life activation!

 

This is a great opportunity to refresh your knowledge of City-Assisted Evacuation, or to simply better understand it through first-hand experience! Lunch will be provided- please submit a Google Form response through the following link if you’d like to volunteer! https://goo.gl/forms/zLc0MgNQNdj68xmX2

 

Questions? Please contact Jillian at: jillian@evacuteer.org -OR- (504) 517-3580

Tornado Recovery Information / Información de recuperación / Thông tin về Phục Hồi sau cơn Lốc Xoáy

Information provided by ReFresh Broad Community Connections

tornado-recovery-information PDF

A tornado hit the New Orleans East area on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017

Emergency crews are working around the clock to respond to resident calls. Approximately 250 properties were affected over the 2 to 2.5 mile tornado path.

Temporary Shelter Available

  • The City has opened a temporary shelter at the Joe W. Brown Recreation Center at 5601 Read Blvd. in New Orleans, LA for impacted residents. Resources for pets are also provided but they will not be guaranteed shelter within the facility. Food, water, cots and blankets are available to those who utilize the shelter overnight. The New Orleans Health Department, with support from the Red Cross, Catholic Charities and NOFD, is providing basic medical care and prescription assistance. Starting tomorrow, food, water and cleaning supplies will be available for pick up.
  • RTA is providing shuttle service to the shelter for residents without transportation. Pick up points for Shelter Shuttle Service are as follows:
  • Dwyer Road and Wilson Avenue
  • Dwyer Road and Crowder Boulevard
  • Dwyer Road and Wright Road
  • This shelter is NOT able to accept food, clothing, other donations or volunteers at this time.

No Reported Fatalities

  • At this time there are no reported fatalities. Thirty-one injuries have been reported, five of them being moderate to severe injuries.

School Closures

  • The following schools are closed:
  • Martin Luther King Elementary & High School
  • Joseph A. Craig Charter School
  • ReNew Schaumburg Elementary
  • Einstein Sherwood Forest Elementary
  • Einstein Campus
  • Einstein High School

Entergy Updates

  • Entergy estimates that approximately 9,400 Orleans Parish residents are currently without power. Crews are working around the clock and expect to have all power restored in 3 to 5 days.
  • Customers are encouraged to go to www.entergy.com to sign up for text messages.  Residents may call 1-800-9OUTAGE to report outages or downed power lines.

Transportation Updates and Route Detours

The Regional Transit Authority (RTA) in New Orleans East has been greatly impacted by the tornado and a number of detours are in place. The detours are as follows:

  • Bus Route 64-LakeForest 
  • Outbound Vehicles travelling farther into the eastern neighborhoods toward Michoud will depart from Walmart make a U-turn to I-10 East, continue to 510, busses will exit at Chef Menteur Hwy. and return to regular route from this point.
  • Inbound vehicles travelling toward downtown will depart Michoud, travel to Chef Menteur Hwy to 510, continue to I-10 West to Bullard exit then take a left on Bullard to Walmart and return to regular route.
  • No service will be provided on Bullard between Lake Forest and Chef Menteur Highway at this time.
  • Bus Route 65-Crowder/Read Boulevards
  • Outbound Vehicles travelling farther into the eastern neighborhoods toward Michoud will depart from Walmart make a U-turn to I-10 East, continue to 510, busses will exit at Chef Menteur Hwy. and return to regular route from this point.
  • Inbound vehicles travelling toward downtown will depart Michoud, travel Chef  Menteur Hwy to 510, continue to I-10 West to Bullard exit  then take a left on Bullard to Walmart  and return to regular route.
  • No service will be provided on Bullard between Lake Forest and Chef Menteur Highway at this time.
  • Bus Route 94-Broad Street
  • Service will terminate at Chef Menteur and Chantilly Drive.
  • No service will be provided between intersection of Chef Menteur/Chantilly to intersection of Chef Menteur/Michoud.

Short Term and Long Term Housing

  • The Red Cross in partnership with other service providers will be on site at Joe Brown Park to take initial assessments for short term and long term housing needs.

Volunteer and Donations Information

SBP Disaster Recovery Resources for Homeowners

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Información de recuperación

Un tornado golpeó la zona Este de Nueva Orleans el martes 7 de febrero, 2017

Los equipos de emergencia están trabajando todo el día para responder a las llamadas de residentes. Aproximadamente 250 propiedades fueron afectadas por el trayecto de tornado 2 a 2,5 millas.

Refugio temporal Disponible

  • El Ayuntamiento ha abierto un refugio temporal en el Joe W. Brown centro de reconstrucción en 5601 Lee Blvd. en Nueva Orleans, LA para los residentes afectados. También se proporcionan recursos para animales de compañía, pero no serán garantizadas refugio dentro de la instalación. Alimentos, agua y mantas, cunas están disponibles para aquellos que se queden toda la noche. El Departamento de Salud de Nueva Orleans, con el apoyo de la Cruz Roja, Caridades Católicas y NOFD, está proporcionando asistencia básica la atención médica y medicamentos gratis. A partir de mañana, comida, agua y suministros de limpieza estará disponible para recoger.
  • RTA está proporcionando servicio de transporte al refugio para los residentes sin transporte. Los puntos de recogida para el traslado del refugio son los siguientes:
  • Dwyer Road y la Avenida Wilson
  • Dwyer Road y el bulevar Crowder
  • Dwyer Road y Wright carretera
  • Este refugio no es capaz de aceptar los alimentos, la ropa, otras donaciones o voluntarios en este momento.

No hay fatalidades reportadas

  • En este momento no hay muertes reportadas. Treinta y uno se han reportado heridos, cinco de los cuales son de moderados a graves lesiones.

El cierre de escuelas

  • Las siguientes escuelas están cerradas:
  • Martin Luther King Escuela primaria y secundaria
  • Joseph A. Craig Charter School
  • ReNew Schaumburg Primaria
  • Einstein Sherwood Forest Elementary
  • Campus Einstein
  • Escuela Secundaria Einstein

Actualizaciones Entergy

  • Entergy estima que aproximadamente 9.400 residentes Orleans Parish Actualmente sin energía eléctrica. Los equipos están trabajando todo el día y esperar a tener toda la electricidad restaurada en 3 a 5 días.
  • Se anima a los clientes a ir a www.entergy.com para inscribirse en los mensajes de texto. Los residentes pueden llamar 1-800-9OUTAGE reportar cortes o líneas de alta tensión caídas.

Actualizaciones de transporte y rutas de desvíos

La Autoridad de Tránsito Regional (RTA) en el este de Nueva Orleans se ha visto afectada en gran medida por el tornado y una serie de desvíos están en su lugar. Los desvíos son los siguientes:

  • Líneas de autobús de 64 Lake Forest
  • Vehículos salientes que viajan más lejos en los barrios orientales hacia Michoud partirán de Walmart hacer un cambio de sentido a la I-10 East, seguir 510, buses saldrán en el chef Menteur la carretera. y volver a la ruta regular desde este punto.
  • Vehículos entrantes que viajan hacia el Centro saldrá Michoud, los viajes en Chef Menteur la autopista a 510, continúa hasta la I-10 West hasta la salida de Bullard continuación, gire a la izquierda en Bullard a Walmart y volver a la ruta regular.
  • No hay servicio se prestará en Bullard, entre el lago del bosque y el Chef Menteur carretera en este momento.
  • Líneas de autobús 65-Crowder / Lee Bulevares
  • Vehículos salientes que viajan más lejos en los barrios orientales hacia Michoud partirán de Walmart hacer un cambio de sentido a la I-10 East, seguir 510, buses saldrán en el chef Menteur la carretera. y volver a la ruta regular desde este punto.
  • Vehículos entrantes que viajan hacia el Centro saldrá Michoud, viajar Chef Menteur la autopista a 510, continúe hasta la I-10 West hasta la salida de Bullard continuación, gire a la izquierda en Bullard a Walmart y volver a la ruta regular.
  • No se proporcionará servicio en Bullard, entre el Lake Forest y el Chef Menteur carretera en este momento.
  • Bus Ruta 94-Broad Street
  • Servicio terminará en el chef Menteur y Chantilly Drive.
  • No se proporcionará servicio entre intersección de Chef Menteur / Chantilly de intersección de Chef Menteur / Michoud.

A corto plazo y largo plazo de viviendas

  • La Cruz Roja en colaboración con otros proveedores de servicios estará en el Parque de Joe Brown para tomar las evaluaciones iniciales de las necesidades de vivienda a largo plazo y corto plazo.

Información de ayuda y donaciones

Recursos para Propietarios

 

 

Thông tin về Phục Hồi sau cơn Lốc Xoáy

Một cơn lốc xoáy đã ập đến khu vực phía Đông New Orleans hôm Thứ ba, 7 tháng 2, năm 2017

Một đội làm việc khẩn cấp đang làm việc từng giờ để đáp ứng nhu cầu cho các cư dân trong vùng. Khoảng 250 căn nhà trong vùng đã bị ảnh hưởng trong khoảng từ 2 đến 2,5 dặm đường lốc xoáy.

Nơi trú ẩn tạm thời đã sẵn sang

  • Thành phố đã mở ra một nơi trú ẩn tạm thời tại Trung tâm giải trí Joe W Brown. tại 5601 Read Blvd. New Orleans, LA cho người dân bị ảnh hưởng. Nguồn trợ giúp cho vật nuôi cũng được cung cấp nhưng sẽ không đảm bảo có chỗ ở trong nơi trú ẩn. Thực phẩm, nước, giường và mền có sẵn cho những người sử dụng qua đêm tại nơi trú ẩn. Sở Y tế New Orleans, với sự hỗ trợ từ Red Cross-Hội Chữ thập đỏ, Catholic Charities và NOFD, đang cung cấp hỗ trợ chăm sóc y tế cần thiết và thuốc men theo toa bác sĩ. Bắt đầu từ ngày mai, thực phẩm, nước và các dụng cụ giúp dọn dẹp sẽ có sẵn để quý vị đến lấy.
  • RTA đang cung cấp dịch vụ đưa đón đến nơi trú ẩn cho người dân không có phương tiện vận chuyển. Điểm đón cho dịch vụ đưa đón đến nơi trú ẩn như sau:
  • Dwyer Road và Wilson Avenue
  • Dwyer Road và Crowder Boulevard
  • Dwyer Road và đường Wright
  • Chỗ trú ẩn này không nhận thực phẩm, quần áo, những đóng góp khác hoặc tình nguyện viên tại thời điểm này.

Chưa có báo cáo về số người chết

  • Tại thời điểm này không có trường hợp tử vong nào được báo cáo. Ba mươi trường hợp thương tích đã được báo cáo, có 5 người được coi là bị thương từ mức độ trung bình cho đến nghiêm trọng.

Đóng cửa trường học

  • Các trường sau đóng cửa:
  • Trường Tiểu học & High School Martin Luther King
  • Trường điểm Joseph A. Craig
  • Trường Tiểu Học RENEW Schaumburg
  • Trường Tiểu Học Einstein Sherwood Forest
  • Einstein Campus
  • Trường Trung học Einstein

Tin Mới Nhất từ Entergy

  • Entergy ước tính rằng khoảng 9.400 cư dân trong quận Orleans hiện đang không có điện. Các nhân viên đang làm việc từng giờ và hy vọng sẽ phục hồi tất cả nguồn điện trong vòng từ 3 đến 5 ngày.
  • Khách hàng được khuyến khích để vào trang mạng www.entergy.comnhằm đăng ký để được nhận tin nhắn. Mọi người có thể gọi 1-800-9OUTAGE báo nếu họ bị cúp điện hoặc có đường dây điện bị hư hại.

Tin mới nhất về đường xá và các tuyến đường chạy bọc lại

Sở Giao Thông Công Cộng ở New Orleans East bị ảnh hưởng rất nhiều bởi các cơn lốc xoáy và một số tuyến xe buýt đường vòng được cho sử dụng. Các tuyến dường vòng như sau:

  • Tuyến xe buýt 64-LakeForest 
  • Các xe đi từ bên ngoài để vào các khu dân cư phía đông theo hướng Michoud sẽ khởi hành từ Walmart, sau đó vòng lại hình chữ U để từ I-10 East, tiếp tục đường 510, xe buýt sẽ đi ra tại Chef Menteur Hwy. và quay trở lại tuyến đường thường xuyên từ điểm này.
  • Các xe từ trong vùng muốn đi về phía trung tâm thành phố sẽ khởi hành từ Michoud, chạy ra Chef Menteur Hwy tới 510, tiếp tục theo đường I-10 West đến Bullard sau đó rẽ trái vào Bullard đến Walmart và trở lại tuyến đường thường xuyên.
  • Không có dịch vụ nào được cung cấp trên đường Bullard giữa Lake Forest và Chef Menteur vào thời điểm này.
  • Bus Route 65-Crowder / Đại lộ Read
  • Các xe từ phía ngoài vào các khu dân cư phía đông hướng về Michoud sẽ khởi hành từ Walmart phải U-turn lại để đi vào I-10 East, tiếp tục theo đường 510, xe buýt sẽ đi ra tại Chef Menteur Hwy. và quay trở lại tuyến đường thường xuyên từ điểm này.
  • Xe đi từ trong ra về phía trung tâm thành phố sẽ khởi hành từ Michoud, đi Chef Menteur Hwy 510, tiếp tục I-10 West để rẽ vào Bullard, đi về phía Walmart và trở về tuyến đường thông dụng.
  • Không có dịch vụ nào được cung cấp trên Bullard giữa Lake Forest và Chef Menteur vào thời điểm này.
  • Tuyến đường xe buýt 94-Broad Street
  • Dịch vụ sẽ kết thúc tại Chef Menteur và Chantilly Drive.
  • Không có dịch vụ nào được cung cấp tại ngã tư Chef Menteur / Chantilly đến ngã tư Chef Menteur / Michoud.

Chương trình cung cấp nhà ở Ngắn hạn và Dài hạn

  • Red Cross- Hội Chữ thập đỏ hợp tác với các nhà cung cấp dịch vụ khác sẽ đến trung tâm Joe Brown Park để giúp làm những bản đánh giá sơ bộ cho quý vị có nhu cầu nhà ở dài hạn ngắn hạn.

Thông tin từ những các thiện nguyện viên và Tài trợ

 

liz burpee | m.p.h., m.s.w.
refresh coordinator | broad community connections
liz@broadcommunityconnections.org
504 444 2890

 

Capital Area United Way Disaster Application: Funding Organizations Active in Recovery of 10 Parishes

Please share with organizations active in recovery in the 10 parish Capital Area Region.

Capital Area United Way Disaster Application process supplements funding to a non-profit or currently funded partner serving Ascension, East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Pointe Coupee, St. Helena, St. James, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana parishes immediately following a widespread disaster such as a hurricane, tornado, flood, pandemic or act of terrorism. Requests will be considered from organizations in pressing need of funds caused by unanticipated or unbudgeted costs for which there are no other resources, or for which available resources, both in-kind and monetary, have been inadequate to meet these costs. Applicants must be actively responding to immediate and long-term human needs through the provision and management of mental health services or by rebuilding damaged homes and structures. Additional considerations will be given to organizations working in rural parishes that were heavily impacted.

Procedure: It is the responsibility of the submitting organization to insure the application is submitted no later than 5:00 pm CDT on Monday, October 17, 2016. Requests will be processed by the Community Impact Cabinet and Board of Directors. Applicants must answer all questions in the space provided.

Reporting Requirements: All funded applicants will need to submit a standard report outlining the outcomes achieved and how the money was spent. This report will be due no later than 60 days after the funding is utilized. In addition, if funding is being requested for home repair and rebuild, a weekly summary of the number of homes enrolled, repaired and/or rebuilt should be submitted to Katie Pritchett at katiep@cauw.org for tracking purposes. Extensions must be submitted through email to Katiep@cauw.org.

Funding Phases: Funding will be distributed in phases. Applicants will only need to submit one application to be considered for all phases of funding unless the activities of the request need to be modified.

Phase II Funding Available: $600,000 total to invest. Due to donor requests, special considerations will be given to organizations working in rural parishes that were heavily impacted, specifically Livingston Parish, Ascension Parish and St. James Parish.

Phase II Funding Eligibility: $50,000 maximum request per agency. This does not include Phase I funding that may have been allocated.

Phase II Funding Requirement: Money must be allocated to a tax-exempt organization. All organizations awarded Phase II dollars are required to participate in the local Long Term Recovery Committee or VOAD organization. For additional questions, contact Katie Pritchett katiep@cauw.org

Application Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Phase2floodfunding PDF of application questions attached.

For more information about CAUW, please go to http://www.cauw.org

Thanks!

Katie A. Pritchett, MSW
Vice President, Community Impact
Capital Area United Way | 700 Laurel Street | Baton Rouge, LA 70802
O: 225.346.5805 | E: katiep@cauw.org | W: thepowerof1united.org | F: 225.382.3523

Asistencia Social de la Cruz Roja Americana (Red Cross Casework) en El Centro Biblico de la Comunidad; Saturday, September 24, 2016

Red Cross 
at

El Centro Biblico de la Comunidad
14720 Old Hammond Hwy, Baton Rouge, LA 70816
5:00pm – 7:30pm

Red Cross Assistance and outreach event will be helping registering for assistance in Spanish and English this Saturday, September 24, 2016

Asistencia Social de la Cruz Roja Americana

Para Damnificados de las Inundaciones en Luisiana

Para garantizar que dispongan de apoyo adicional, la Cruz Roja proporcionará asistencia financiera limitada para aquellos que:

1. La persona no califica para el programa de asistencia federal de desastres de FEMA

2. Ha sostenido daños mayores o su residencia fue totalmente destruida

Para aquellos que cumplan con estos dos requisitos, la Cruz Roja proveerá ayuda financiera por la cantidad de $125 por persona. Por ejemplo, una familia de 4 recibirá $500 para cubrir necesidades básicas.

 

Red Cross Casework

Support for Louisiana Floods

To ensure people have additional support, the Red Cross will provide limited financial assistance for those who:

1. Do not qualify for federal disaster assistance; and
2. Have homes with major damage or have been destroyed.

For households who meet both qualifications, the Red Cross will provide $125 per person (for a family of four, that equals $500) to help with items.

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