Hurricane Sandy: How you can help
Friday, November 02, 2012
Our thoughts and full support go out to our NATCA members affected by Hurricane Sandy, their families and their communities.
Many of our members have lost their homes, while others have been forced to evacuate and still do not know the full extent of the damage to their property. Many more are dealing with power losses and significant property damage. In addition, some continue to face serious snow-related conditions in West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
NATCA has activated its Disaster Relief Fund to assist our members in need. You can help these brothers and sisters by contributing to the fund, using one of these two methods:
1. Click here.
2. Send a check payable to "NATCA Relief," to:
NATCA Relief, 1325 Massachusetts Ave., NW; Washington, D.C.; 20005.
The NATCA Disaster Relief Fund was established in 2005 to help members impacted by Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita. It has been used several times since then, including after the tornado that struck Joplin, Mo., last year. It remains one of the most important ways that NATCA can quickly and effectively assist its members who are suffering as a result of these horrible disasters.
Thank you for anything you can do to assist.