Skip to main content

Union Plus offers disaster relief

Qualifying union members may receive $500 grant

UNION MEMBERS WHO have been affected by spring or summer storms, flooding, or wildfires — and who have participated in the Union Plus credit card, mortgage, or insurance program for at least one year, in good standing — may be eligible for a $500 disaster relief grant. The money, which does not have to be repaid, is part of the Union SAFE programs.

Applicants must have experienced a significant income or property loss within the last six months as a result of a FEMA-declared natural disaster or emergency in counties designated by FEMA as qualifying for individual assistance. Documentation must be provided unless waived.

To apply for grants, Union Plus Credit Card holders should call 1-877-761-5028 to speak with a representative; Union Plus Mortgage and Union Plus Insurance holders should call 1-800-472-2005 to speak with a Union SAFE specialist.

Grants are also available to qualifying union members who have suffered losses due to Hurricane Irene.

In addition, disaster victims who participate in the Union Plus Auto Insurance and Mortgage programs may be eligible to receive payment extensions or other special help. Visit UnionPlus.org for more information.

Reporter  V50N3
Published on the Web: November 22, 2011

Latest News

  • Dan Engle campaigns for Northampton County Council District 4 in Pennsylvania at a carnival in Roseto. L. to r., Roseto Mayor Joseph C. Angelini, Engle and Northampton County District Attorney candidate Terry Houck.

    Boilermaker climbs political ladder in Pennsylvania

    Read More

  • Boilermakers bring massive Pennsylvania Chemicals project to life

    Read More

  • Dawn Patterson of Perrysburg, Ohio, takes a multimillion-dollar drug to treat a rare bone disease that two of her children have, too.CreditCreditMaddie McGarvey for The New York Times

    Boilermakers National Fund and Boilermaker family featured in New York Times article

    Read More

  • IVP-NE John Fultz announces a new training center in East Hartford, Connecticut.

    Northeast Area Tripartite stresses need for qualified welders

    Read More

  • USA, UAW Local 1853 and UAW Region 8, and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency treated more than 200 youth and their parents to a Spring Hill, Tennessee, Take Kids Fishing Day at the Tennessee Children’s Home on April 13, 2019.

    The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance—An Organized Approach to Conservation

    Read More